There have always been blows to the future of Manchester United ace Andreas Perreira, as the 25-year-old seeks more regular playtime at Old Trafford. This has made Ole Gunnar decide on the player's fate as he has been excluded from this season's plan.
Many clubs have recently developed an interest in signing the mildfielder. Fenerbahce, Flamengo and an unknown club within the premier league were reported to be ready to sign Perreira this transfer window. With all proposals said to be loan contracts, the undisclosed premier league club, which has emerged to be Everton, has declared a loan move with an advanced option to buy. This has handed the Toffees a huge booust in signing the superstar.
In the same report, Manchester United have ultimately decided to do business with Everton that will see Perreira leave the Red Devils permanently before the end of the transfer window.
The 25-year-old midfielder is set to enter into negotiations over personal terms with Everton before the clubs sanction a formal deal.
Meanwhile, Raphael Varane has been pictured at Manchester United for the first time ahead of his official announcement as a United player.
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