Manchester United fans have today finally received great news from their club in terms of transfers. The red devils had started the summer transfer window quiet with speculations rising but no signing.
After weeks of reactions from fans, Manchester United have finally reached agreement with Tyrell Malacia over personal terms. United and his current club Feyernood reached an agreement on the player's valuation on Tuesday.
Manchester United hijacked the player's move to Olympique Lyonnais. After sealing a deal for Malacia Manchester United are now keen in signing Ajax's center back, Lisandro Martinez. The highlyrated defender has been heavily linked with a move to London top club, Arsenal.
Arteta's Arsenal have been heavily linked with a move to sign the player. However, with Manchester United now making significant moves in the transfer market, they could possibly hijack the deal. Martinez has been impressive with Ajax in the past few seasons and his switch to the premier league could be happening soon.
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