Manchester United key player, Alex Telles has managed to feature in 50 matches for Manchester United since his arrival in year 2020, providing 8 assists and contributing one goal. According to James Ducker, Manchester United is looking to part ways on permanent sales with six other players like Phil Jones, Brandon Williams, Alex Telles, Eric Bailly, Axel Tuanzebe and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Alex Telles has confirmed to Sevilla that full agreement has been completed between with Manchester United on loan dean valid until 2023. Fabrizio Romano has already informed that contracts are being prepared in order to be signed this week.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Sevilla are closing on Alex Telles deal with Manchester United. Alex Telles has accepted the destination and the agreement is set to be completed, it is just a matter of final details discussed between clubs.
This is quite a big blow to Manchester United football club though they are looking forward to signing Frankie de Jong after holding a meeting.
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