Manchester United have completed the signing of 17year old Real Madrid left back Alvaro Fernandez according to ESPN sports.
Fernandez deal at Real Madrid expired on June 20 after a failure to reach an agreement on a renewal, as the youngster will now Join United on a four year contract for free this summer.
The youngster moved to the Bernabeu from Deportivo La Coruna in 2017,beating competitions from a number of top clubs for his signature. The left back played for Real Madrid U15's, U16's and U17's in his three seasons at Valdebebas, being known as an attacking full back with impressive physique and pace.
He was highly rated by the coaches at the Bernabeu and was seen has one of the best talents within the youth ranks alongside midfielder Bruno Iglesias and forward Israel Salazar.
Reports also claim Fenandez views United as a better option for his development in the short and medium term as he is expected to feature for United's reserves next season, with the possibility of training with the senior squad when defensive reinforcement is required.
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