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Manchester United Spanish Youngsters Who May Join The Senior Team By Next Summer

Manchester United has made several great signatures since taking over by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. In fact, all additions have been very successful.United are not only strengthened by the first team.

The next generation of the club continues to be excited when Spanish midfielder Arnau Puigmal is ranked among the top. And the reported entry could lead to the Spanish Old Trafford revolution in a few years.

According to the US, United have reached an agreement to sign left-back Alvaro Fernandez Carreras. This is behind a MEN who claims that right-back Marco Jurado will be at Old Trafford this summer.

At 16 and 17, Jurado and Alvaro went on an excursion before knocking on Solskjaer's door.However, the fact that they will come from Barcelona and Real Madrid is a cause for concern.

Famous academies can benefit from the work of two other people. In the end, only the best aromas of random Spanish giants.

The same is true for United, and it will be interesting to see how the two full-backs will behave when they arrive this summer, as reported.

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At the age of 19, Puigmal continued his soccer education. However, the midfielder can become a young player whose job is to help his compatriot settle down.

Puigmal is a class that can operate in a number of positions. Mostly midfielders, teenagers can also play anywhere on the right.

Great things are expected of him at Old Trafford and he has become a regular player for United's second set.

Mateo Mejia was devastated by his opportunity. The 17-year-old striker was signed for United last summer and could soon be one of four Spaniards to follow.

Mejia was injured on his debut at U18. But he proved his worth by drawing four goals for U16 a month before the soccer block

With 60 goals for Real Zaragoza's youth team in the 2018/19 season, Meggia is a very attractive prospect. With notes like that, it's not surprising that United made their move.

United are no strangers to signing Spanish players in recent years. Ander Herrera may disappear, but Juan Mata and David de Gea will remain.

The last pair may have experienced, voices known to help United summer celebrated beginners navigate the club. However, only a few players are as successful as the United stars.

The influence of Eyes on the field may be reduced, but its effects on him must not be forgotten.

We can only hope that United have completed their motives for Alvaro and Jurado and that the four Spanish players are aware of their potential.

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