After a thorough defeat 4-0 by the Bees ie Brentford Manchester United will be forced to sign players before the transfer market is closed to help them strengthen their squad.However below is another player who is said to have arrived in Manchester to complete his move.
Sergio Gomez per reports is said to have arrived in Manchester to complete the formalities of his move to Manchester City.The duo however is set to join them for £11m from the Belgium top team Anderlecht (source:MEN).Yesterday the Cityzens had a match against the newly promoted team to EPl ie Bournemouth whereby they squeezed them 4-0 thus accelerating them to the top of the table.
On the other side,Nottingham Forest have officially signed the Nigerian international Emmanuel Dennis for fee said to be around £20m from Watford for Four year contract(source:NNFC).Moreover the red devils manager Erik ten Hag is said to have identified Hakim Ziyech as an alternative left-footed attacker to Antony(source;Samuel Luckhurst).Antony had been with a move to Old Trafford but the deal seems to have collapsed.
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