Manchester United are expected to bring in top midfielders, strikers and defenders who will obviously cost high despite releasing big names like Paul Pogba for nothing this summer.
Apart from top players who have already confirmed to be out of that club this summer, a good number are also standing by the exit door demanding for that freedom.
Amongst players who are currently standing on the exit door this summer is Brazilian ace Andreas Pereira. The midfielder is seemingly demanding for a move away from Old Trafford after serving as team player rather than regular starter for more than a decade at the club.
Having impressed at Flamengo last season, Pereira is attracting top clubs upon his re-union with the parent club this summer. Fulham are currently front runners in the race to sign the ace.
However before they make a decision to offload the playmaker, Manchester United must re-visit what Ole Gunner Solsjaer said about the Brazilian.
Speaking about the midfielder who made his first team before Bruno Fernandes was signed from Sporting, Ole Gunner looked forward to re-uniting with the player this season .
Ole Gunner waxed lyrical about the Brazilian branding a him a good player who is fantastic. He further urged him go to Flamengo and show his worth.
Speaking about the player to TNT Sports last year, Solskjaer said: "Yes we follow Andreas, of course we do. He's a very good player, fantastic person. And I'm so happy for him that he's enjoying it over there. Because for us, it was the point... 'Andreas, you go and show how good you are'.
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