In an effort to lower the depth of the team in time for the new season, Manchester United is continuing to restructure their squad as out-of-favor players are already making plans to leave Old Trafford.
With the acquisition of his prized target—who is predicted to beat out Luke Shaw and Alex Telles as the first team pick—Erik Ten Hag has entered a new era.
But Brazilian playmaker Andreas Perreira, who presently represents Manchester United, apparently consented to a £12 million deal to Fulham, who recently received a promotion.
As reported by Mirror Football.
The 25-year-old, who joined United in 2011, is anticipated to agree to a three-year contract with a one-year extension option at Craven Cottage. Ten Hag will have the ideal chance to reduce his team by giving other up-and-coming players a chance.
The Brazilian international played on loan for Flamengo, and Fulham believes he would be the perfect addition to their midfield.
Ronaldo is also contemplating quitting Old Trafford as a result of United's decision to lower his salary following their failure to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
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