Done Deal: Manchester United Completes The Signing Of One Of Their Top Transfer Targets.
By Mexy98 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 69 views
The fact still remains that when it comes to completing deals in the transfer market, Manchester United are very good in that. They sign who they want to sign. Manchester United have made known their intentions of bringing in players that will add in-depth quality to their squad.
Manchester United completed the signing of Spanish International Fullback, Ona Battle. And the club is delighted to announce the signing of the fullback on a two year contract which is subject to be extended. The 21-year-old full-back joins the club following the conclusion of her contract at Spanish side Levante, where she has spent the past two seasons.
"Ona is an exciting young full-back with fantastic pace and a real attacking mindset, her style of play fits perfectly with the philosophy we have at the club," said United manager Casey Stoney.
Manchester United will be hoping to make more signings as they seek to improve on themselves after finishing fourth in the Women's Super League.
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