‘Get Him To Utd Tim’ – Man United fans on social media call for Emre Mor to join after meeting with Fosu-Mensah
Borussia Dortmund starlet Emre Mor has been closely linked with a move to the Premier League.
The Mirror report that Southampton and Liverpool are both in the race to sign the 19-year-old.
Manchester United have not been linked with the Turkish international in the press however, that did not spot fans calling for the rising star to join the club after he met Timothy Fosu-Mensah.
Fosu-Mensah shared a picture with Mor on his official Twitter account.
The pictures resulted in several United fans calling for Mor to sign for the Premier League giants.
We took a look at how United fans reacted to the meet up on social media.
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Several United fans expressed a desire for Mor to join.
The young forward complained about a lack of playing time at Dortmund last season and we are not sure if he would get more first-team action at United right now.
Mor made a total of 12 Bundesliga appearances scoring one goal and providing three assists.
Welcome to United Emre❤️
— ㅤㅤㅤ (@FosuEdition) June 17, 2017
If you decide to go out on loan i want you to know you have the fans total support. We want you at united for rest of your career
— Dan Butterworth (@dan_bambam) June 17, 2017
@harper11_jack welcome emre sonnn
— Nathan Donnelly (@Nathan7Donnelly) June 17, 2017
— Jomal Bennett (@soytriniman) June 17, 2017
get him to UTD tim 😉
— Josh/ JBJ Fut champs (@TPO_JBJGAMINGYT) June 17, 2017
Bring him to United
— Wizard Pogba (@WizardPogba) June 17, 2017
Sensing a bit of sarcasm from the Red Devils faithful.
Confirmed move to united
— Nate (@EliteGhost_) June 17, 2017
@Radio_Gaz confirmed, Mor moving to UTD!
— Rob Adey-Titley (@rob_adey) June 17, 2017
“Breaking News! Agent Fosu trying to persuade Emre Mor to join Man United” (Sky sources)
— ㅤ (@TypicalZlatan) June 17, 2017
Has Fosu-Mensah become a football agent?
You an agent now?
— Name cannot be blank (@knlutd) June 18, 2017
— Imran (@_ImranTweets_) June 16, 2017