Erik Ten Hag is making moves for the summer transfer targets,as the new Manchester United head coach made a breakthrough for the signature of Christian Eriksen,after his six months contract expired at Brentford.
To avoid the first team headache selection for the upcoming season,some Players will be released by the Red Devils,who will be replaced by the talented Danish midfielder. And according to Fabrizio Romano,Fulham have triggered a deal to sign Andreas Pereira on three years contract.
The deal is all set since the clubs had agreed on €10m plus €3m add ons last week. Pereira loan contract was terminated by Flamengo after poor performance at the Brazilian league.
He is among the top midfielders to depart Old Trafford alongside Paul Pogba,Nemanja Matic and Juan Mata. The United's academy graduates joined the club at the age of 17,thus this will mark nine years reign at Manchester,after series of loan spells at Grenada,Valencia and Lazio. Pereira managed 55 appearances for United scoring 12 goals.
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