Real Madrid are planning to part way with another player in the Santiago Bernabeu this summer, as the club is set to agree a deal with Man United, for a Spanish international left back.
The Manchester United and Man City target Alvaro Fernandez, is reportedly claimed to have his contract with the Los Blancos expired on the 30th of June this year, and is expected to see his way out of the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.
Another report from a Spanish news outlet Mundo Deportivo have claimed that, Real Madrid have agreed a 4 years deal with Manchester United, which will see the 17 years old Spanish left back Alvaro Fernandez, at the Old Trafford this summer.
Despite Man City been in the race for the 17 years old, report have claimed that Man United have won the race for the left back.
And the deal included that Alvaro Fernandez will be training together with the Man United senior team, but will also be playing for the youth team.
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