The 17 year old contract with the Spanish League club ended on June 30 and has rejected a new deal in Favour of four year deal to Manchester United.
Luke Shaw, 25 and Brandon Williams who turns 20 on September, competing for the left back berth, but the chance to sign highly rated Alvaro Fernandez was too good an opportunity to pass up.
The defender has been watches by Manchester United too as they know he could be leaving this season.
However, the Spanish international has been convinced the he could compete for first team berth if he continues to develop and impress.
The left back will begin playing his football in Manchester United youth teams, but he will make fist team appearances if Ole Gunnar Solsjaer experience shortage in defence.
Alvaro Fernandez want to be like his idol, Marcelo the current Ream Madrid left back.
The 17 year old is set to be intelligent with the ball, and have strong technical skills, and also very difficult to beat in one on one occasion.
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