Manchester United FC have reportedly agreed deal with another sensational teenager, Alvaro Fernandez from Spanish Laliga's giant, Real Madrid . Following the signing of FC Barcelona’s highly-rated right-back, Marc Jurado, whose move should be confirmed when the transfer market opens on the 27th of this month, which is August.
The Ole Gunnar Solskjær's side have striked again, after agreeing terms with Real Madrid’s 17-year-old full back, Alvaro Fernandez Carreras. According to AS.com , a four-year contract has been agreed.
The prolific left-back, Alvaro Fernandez from Real Madrid’s Juvenil C has made this decision after having ended his contract with the Zinedine Zidane's side on June 30 and having valued the sports project that the English Premier League club, Manchester United FC have offered Alvaro, according to outlet reports.
‘Fernandez will have the opportunity to work out with Red Devils's senior team when they have issues in that position.
The Spaniard, Álvaro Fernández spent years catching the attention of youth player analysts. Real Madrid moved ahead of Barça to sign him three years ago when the boy excelled in Deportivo de La Coruña’s youth team.
Real Madrid wanted to extend the Spain international's contract but the Premier League side, Manchester United FC pursued Alvaro Fernández and the youngster has decided to join the Red Devils.
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