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27-year-old verbally agrees to join Man United, £60M sees deal done

27-year-old verbally agrees to join Man United, £60M sees deal done

By Mark Weasley

Manchester United are ready to step up interest in Brazil leftback Alex Sandro.

The 27-year-old defender has long been linked with a move to the Premier League and if recent reports are to be followed, he could soon be strutting his stuff at Old Trafford.

The player has been linked to Chelsea in the past with former Blues boss, Antonio Conte particularly keen to get his signature. However, the exit of the Italian means that the FA Cup holders have cooled their interest in the former FC Porto man.

Daily Express are reporting that Sandro has agreed to join Man United. However, PSG are also interested in his services. According to reports from Teamtalk, Ed Woodward, the Manchester United chief executive is ready to sanction a £60m bid for the player as long as Jose Mourinho gives him the greenlight.

The arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus means that the Old Lady need to sell some of their players to be able to pay the wages of the Ballon D’Or holder.

Left-back has been a problem area for United in recent years, as last season’s first choice, Ashley Young is not getting younger while Luke Shaw has his fitness and confidence issues.

With just three weeks left to the start of the season, United are in desperate need of reinforcements as Liverpool have usurped us in terms of transfer activity. The Merseysiders have brought in four players as they look to challenge Manchester City for the title.

Sandro is one of the best players in the world when it comes to the leftback department. The 27-year-old is known for his offensive and defensive prowess, while his Brazilian flair makes him full of tricks. He joined Juventus in 2015 and has since won 6 trophies in Turin.


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    1. Fidelis Ugwuja

      Sandro is a good,all of us knows that,but should not be the reason why they should buy him so costly and later expect so much from him,and there by mounting preasure on him.That won,t help:

  1. Charles

    Jose morinho is really showing that he already lose his mind and now he is confused,how can Jose searching for all the old players in the market,and he knew that man united team is really need to buy more players than other’s did,you need to be better than others,with this thing you are picking around,I don’t see united winning the EPL any time soon,Jose copy from united 2008/2009 team,then EPL will be for them OK,or Jose should go if he fail to win the EPL this coming season, juve biggest in italy champion,Madrid biggest in Spain champion, PSG biggest in France champion, b.munich biggest in German champion,man united biggest in EPL but haven’t been champion for many years,what is the proplem,is it that cutlass is not sharp or the cutter doesn’t know how to cut,united I see you turning to Newcastle,spend money and be as b.Munich,Madrid,barca,juve,PSG,and other,when man united playing against last team in Europe they will be playing with fear,can’t compete with there fellow big teams in Europe,is shameful,united can’t have someone like Rinaldo,messi,naymar,mbape,dybala,and harzad and other big guys who can always make a different, united team just like QPR team.Woodward think twice

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