The European football transfer window is currently busy as teams are doing all they can to sign and buy new players.One club that has been so cold during this period has been Manchester United.With a new coach in Erick Ten Hag and a couple of key players like Pogba having already left,the club needs new players if they are to perform next season.They have already made one although not a big name that the fans are expecting.He is Nertherlands international Tyrel Malacia from Feyernood.Malacia was key for Feyernood last season as his masterclass midfield performances saw the club reach the Uefa conference league semi final.He finished last season having scored six goals provided nine assists and led the Nertherlands league in terms of tackles,key passes and interceptions made.He was included in the Conference league team of the season,Nertherlands league team of the season and was also called up to the national team.He might not be a big name but he is a talented player that can help United get better.
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