Manchester united have signed Alvero Fernandez Carreras on a free transfer after his contract expired at Real Madrid at the end of June.
Report has claimed that the youngster has reached agreement with the Red Devils and are ready to sign a four year deal at United.
Manchester United has been monitoring the development of the player for a long-time, with United being in love to develop more young players at the club.
Alvero Fernandez who was part of the Juvenil side in Real Madrid, saw his contract come to an end on June 30th and failed to negotiate on a new deal with the spanish gaints.
Real Madrid has made every effort to retain the young left-back, who arrived at the club from Deportivo three years ago turned town there new offer to move to another club.
The youngster has been offered a four-year deal by Manchester United for his Signature that Alvero s said to have valued.
United has given the opportunity for the 17-year old Alvero Fernandez to train with the senior team if they have problems at left-back, but for the mean time his will be training with the clubs youth team upon this arrival at the club this summer.
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