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One and only: England is prepared to battle to retain the Manchester United prodigy.According to information obtained by HITC, England manager Gareth Southgate is contemplating including Manchester United star Kobbie Mainoo in his March squad.

In recent months, Mainoo has established himself as one of the most promising young prospects in the Premier League, and he is putting on some remarkable displays in the United midfield.According to information obtained by HITC from sources with knowledge of the situation, Southgate and his coaching staff have been conducting medical evaluations on Mainoo and are considering a call-up with serious intent.


March’s double-header between England and Belgium will provide Southgate with an excellent opportunity to assess any newcomers in preparation for this summer’s European Championship finals.Opportunity to transform Germany

Meantime, Mainoo is also being evaluated. Although England’s midfield is strong with players such as Declan Rice and Jude Bellingham, Kalvin Phillips and Jordan Henderson are not at all assured of their places on the aircraft to Germany.


Ghana are reportedly considering the possibility of convincing the 18-year-old to change his international allegiance to them. HITC has been informed that England manager Gareth Southgate’s interest in Mainoo is unrelated to interest from other countries.


The source insisted to HITC, “England is not concerned about losing players, and any interest in Mainoo is entirely attributable to his development and has nothing to do with other countries’ potential interest.”


Although Mainoo has represented England at various age groups, including Under-18, he is also eligible to represent Ghana, which is attentively examining him.The Ghana Football Association is interested in monitoring, attracting, and persuading all eligible talents to play for its numerous national teams, according to the Daily Telegraph’s Randy Abbey, a member of the Ghana FA’s executive council.


“Kobbie is without a doubt one of these extraordinary talents, and the Association would be honored to collaborate with him and others around the world.”


Although he has not commented on his international future, Happy Mainoo is ecstatic to be making frequent appearances for Manchester United.


Following his game-winning goal against Wolves in the Premier League, Mainoo acknowledged the following: “Becoming a member of my childhood club’s Premier League roster has been an incredible experience. “Right now [I am] simply attempting to string together a string of victories, generate genuine momentum, and secure a successful stretch of games.”Furthermore, his United manager, Erik Ten Hag, has praised him individually without hesitation.


He described Mainoo as “exactly what a modern midfielder must be.” This was reported by the Manchester Evening News.


“It’s great to see, and I hope he maintains the same level of composure he did while pursuing his objective. “He is resolute and of good character; I hope he maintains this rate of advancement.”