Real Madrid player set to continue his football career at Manchester United
By Smilyyou | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 20 views
According to a report made known from Caught Offside, it is made known that, Manchester United are looking up, for a way to improve their squad, by looking up to complete a deal with some great players during this summer transfer.
A Real Madrid player is now set to continue his football career at Manchester United, as Manchester United will be keeping a close tab with the Real Madrid defender Alvaro Fernandez, after agreeing to terms with the 17-year-old player, according to a report.
The Real Madrid player Alvaro Fernandez, will now be traveling down to Manchester United, to continue his football career with the Manchester United's youth team, according to a report made known from Caught Offside.
Alvaro Fernandez will now be set to complete a four-year contract, with Manchester United, where he will be able to prove himself as a good and great player, during his stay at Manchester United, as he will be leaving for the club Manchester United to continue his football career, according to a report.
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