Following the reported €17million agreement with Eredivise side Feyenoord over star left-back Tyrell Malacia in a stunning last-minute hijack, Premier League giants, Manchester United have now finally confirmed the capture of the Holland international.
Malacia, 22 is no doubt one of the best upcoming talents in the world of football with his speed, agility, positional awareness, high interception rate and ability to attack space among the qualities he possesses that made United new head coach, Erik ten Hag to advocate for his Old Trafford move.
His transfer to the Theater of Dreams now raises eyebrows on star trio, Luke Shaw, Alex Telles and Brandon Williams with reports suggesting that one of them could be on his way out to accommodate the promising defender. Telles is understood to be under the radar of Primeria Liga side, Sporting Lisbon while Williams could make a surprise move to Newcastle United.
Meanwhile, Denmark international, Christian Eriksen is expected to be confirmed as the Red Devils' second signing after he agreed to a three-year contract offer following a convincing talk with Erik ten Hag.
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