Manchester United is reportedly on the verge of completing the transfer of a Spanish right back player, who is reported to be a promising versatile player over the years and could possibly fight for his position at the United first team squad.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, have been trying his possible best to add quality to the United team in the transfer market, and to also save his job amidst a probable sack report, should he did not meet up to expectations next season.
The 47 years old Red Devil's manager, is reportedly set to sign Barcelona's promising and versatile righb back Marc Jurado from the Camp Nou this summer, and he reportedly planned to do so, so as to bring in a competition for in form player Aron Wanbisaka.
Marc Jurado is a Spanish professional footballer, who plays as a versatile right back for the Barcelona's youth team and this Spain national team.
He could equally play as a central back, but professionally play as a right back with loads of quality, which can add to the present quality in Manchester United.
Man United is reportedly set to sign him this summer with the possible transfer fee undisclosed.
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