The newly promoted club Fulham,have began their summer recruitment,to replace the departed young talented midfielder Fabio Carvalho,who signed for Liverpool. The championship winners will begin their tough run of premier league fixtures against Liverpool,as they will be aiming to avoid being relegated.
According to recent report from UOL Esporte Journalist Marcelo Hazan,has claimed that Fulham the cottages have offered Manchester United £8.6m (€10m),for a Brazilian playmaker. The Londoner's offer is to sign 26 years old Andreas Pereira.
Pereira in action for United.
Pereira has been on loan at a Brazilian club Flamengo since summer of 2021. The midfielder has his temporary deal with the Rio Did Janeiro outfit expiring this month 30th. Having made 48 appearences in all competitions,Flamengo are unlikely to sign him permanently due to financial constrain.
He is expected to return to Old Trafford at the end of the month however,he could still be on his way out of the club ahead of the 2022/23 campaign.
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