Many top Europeans teams including Arsenal and now Manchester united have been tracking the development of Brazilian young star Matheus Martelini Lima. The Fluminese Football club star has been on the radar due to his lethal form in the Brazilian league for his team this season.
Arsenal has been the strongest linked club so far struggling to get the signature of the 19 year old central midfielder. Martelini deal with his current club ends in December 2024 though he has a release clause of around 34 million pounds which can be activated.
The Fluminese midfielder is among the young breakout players this season as he has earned a starting place in his team. In the Brasileiro Serie A, the 19-year-old has made eleven (11) appearances and scored eleven (11) goals.
Manchester United are the latest team to show interest in Martelini as it's reported that Ole Solskjaer and sporting director Darren Fletcher are seeking to strengthen United squad with the Brazilian.
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