With most of the top English Premier League clubs such as Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspurs and Liverpool actively securing new signings over the 2022 summer transfer window, others such as Manchester United have not been able to sign players.Current news however indicate that Manchester United have finally landed their first signing of the summer after completing the signing Dutch left back Tyrell Malacia.Malacia has signed with the Manchester based club at a transfer fee of €15 million plus €2 million add-ons.Further details indicate that the club is also finalizing on Eriksen's deal who is set to join them as a free transfer.
Currently 22 years old, Malacia began his football career as a youth with Feyenoord in 2008 before shifting to the senior team in 2017 with whom he has managed a total of 98 appearances.He is a Netherlands international as well after marking his national team debut in 2021.
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