It has been a long noisy moment for Man United fans in regards to transfer window. The club has been in links to a number of players and finally the good news is here. The red devils are expected to unveil the first signing tomorrow after the star completes medical.
According to sports analyst Fabrizio Romano, Tyrell Malacia will be flying to Manchester tomorrow to sign his contract with the club. The 22 year-old is expected to sign a 4 year-contract with the red devils. He becomes the first signing for the premier league giants in this summer transfer window.
Malacia will be competing with Luke Shaw for number 3. The star has already proved to the world his ability which earned him a call to the Dutch national team. Malacia is expected to outnumber Shaw if the England international does not step up his game.
Other news that is good for the club's fans is that Ajax are considering the offer for Alexandro Martinez. Manchester United have surpassed Arsenal offer after bidding with £41m which is being considered by the Dutch side. The good relationship between the two clubs will lead to conclusion of the deal.
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