Manchester United are on the verge of announcing their first summer acquisition after reports of their current negotiation success emerged.
Manchester United who are still waiting for their first summer signing will finally have something that their fans can hold unto. The Reds have been in the market for summer additions that will improve their team ahead of next season. United have been in talks with a host of targets such as Jadon Sancho, Jack Grealish and many others but it seems their first summer arrival would be one of Madrid’s starlets.
According to a report released by AS, Manchester United have reached an agreement with Real Madrid to sign their player Carreras. The report also revealed tget the player has agreed to move to United on a four-year contract.
The report claims that Carreras is pleased with the project going on in Manchester United and will want to be a part of it. The youngster is a big fan of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his work at old Trafford.
Despite his talent, he won't going into the United's first team immediately, as he is expected to start from Man United‘s youth teams but could make a step up to the senior squad if Solskjaer has any shortages in defence.
Carreras took to his Instagram page to confirm that he has made up his mind on leaving Madrid.
“I have made the decision to leave this great club, I wanted to thank all my teammates, and the entire coaching staff at Real Madrid for making me a better person and footballer.
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