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Manchester United Board Reach Agreement to Complete £40million Signing of World-Class Player

Manchester United are set to storm into the transfer market as the Red Devils are keen to bring in massive reinforcements ahead of next season. Manchester United are now set to complete the signing of Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara in a £40million transfer ahead of Liverpool.

Accoriding to Manchester Evening News, the Red Devils have reportedly reached an agreement with Bayern Munich to complete the massive signing of Thiago Alcantara who has been linked with a move to the Premier League.

29-year old Thiago Alcantara has enjoyed seven fruitful years at Bayern Munich but the creative midfielder has failed to agree a new deal with the club as he has just one year on his contract with Bayern Munich. The German giants are keen to sell the midfielder this summer than to lose him on a free transfer.

Manchester United are now well ahead to complete the deal for the player as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sees the player as a massive addition of quality to his team.Thiago Alcantara will be a massive addition for the Red Devils as his excellent passing ability, reading of the game and creativity will be a huge plus.

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer is already assembling a massive team at United and the further addition of a world-class midfielder like Thiago Alcantara to the squad will make the team stronger. Thiago will be able to form a wonderful midfield trio with Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba.

Manchester United will however have to offer a fee in the region of £40million to complete the transfer ahead of Liverpool and United fans around the world can be excited at the prospect of one of the best midfielder joining the club.

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