Manchester United will perform a roster revamp this summer with manager Ole Gunnar Solkjaer looking to unload marginal players who are not included in his future plans in order to open space for further talent, as he is trying to construct a strong group that is challenging all fronts this season.
Red Devil's talented winger Jadon Sancho, defensive center Raphael Varane and shot stopper Tom Heaton already signed. While Facundo Pellistri, Tahith Chong and Alex Tuanzebe are among the most important names who have departed Old Trafford this summer for loans.
According to reputed journalist Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United Ace Andreas Perreira concluded for € 1 million a long-session loan transfer to Flamengo Brazilian powerhouse with € 15 million purchase option.
A 25-year-old from last season who spends loans at Seria A team Lazio, has made a total of 75 appearances for Manchester United.
The midfiled position of Ole Gunnar Solkjaer includes Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic, Fred, Scott Mactominay, Jesse Lingard, and so the Flamengo loan shift of Perreira guarantees him a regular playtime.
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