Top Man Utd News: 20 years-old Manchester United player Alvaro Fernandez will make his loan move to Benfica permanent, and the deal is getting close to being finalized - soocer442
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Top Man Utd News: 20 years-old Manchester United player Alvaro Fernandez will make his loan move to Benfica permanent, and the deal is getting close to being finalized

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In light of the way the season has progressed, it is quite evident to everyone that Manchester United needs to make a signing in the month of January in order to save their present campaign.

Erik ten Hag, the club’s manager, would ideally like to bring in a striker; but, due to the fact that the club is experiencing difficulties with FFP, the club must first concentrate on outgoings before they can even consider any incomings.

Although Donny van de Beek and Jadon Sancho have both left the club on loan to Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Dortmund, respectively, the club is still responsible for paying a significant portion of their salaries.

Alvaro Fernandez

The club has had a difficult time moving first-team stars, which is something that was also observed during the summer of the previous year. After that, the Red Devils made the decision to capitalize on their academy graduates who were not even close to making their breakthroughs at the club.

There have been reports that Hannibal Mejbri and Alvaro Fernandez are both expected to leave their positions permanently during this window. It would appear that this pattern is going to continue.

The full-back, who is presently playing for Granada in La Liga on loan, is anticipated to be recalled, and then subsequently sold to Benfica, a club that is considered to be among the most powerful in Portugal.

According to reports from the Portuguese outlet Record and Graeme Bailey, the Spaniard is set to join on an initial loan with an option to buy included in the contract. Transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano had hinted that it might not be a simple sale, and according to those reports, the transaction might not be as straightforward as it seems.

There have been reports that Hannibal Mejbri and Alvaro Fernandez are both expected to leave their positions permanently during this window. It would appear that this pattern is going to continue.

The full-back, who is presently playing for Granada in La Liga on loan, is anticipated to be recalled, and then subsequently sold to Benfica, a club that is considered to be among the most powerful in Portugal.

According to reports from the Portuguese outlet Record and Graeme Bailey, the Spaniard is set to join on an initial loan with an option to buy included in the contract. Transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano had hinted that it might not be a simple sale, and according to those reports, the transaction might not be as straightforward as it seems.

It is anticipated that the player would have his medical examination and then join Benfica later on Saturday. Beginning with the following season, the Portuguese team will begin making payments toward the cost.

As a result of injuries sustained by Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia, Fernandez had the opportunity to remain at Old Trafford throughout the summer. However, Ten Hag insisted on bringing in Sergio Reguilon rather than putting his faith in the Spanish U21 international.

He is on his way, Fernandez.
The youngster had disclosed in an interview that the Dutchman did not believe he was ready. Although supporters will understand that the manager was unable to fully rest his trust in the academy graduate because of the necessity for results, it should be noted that selling such a highly rated talent seems to be the wrong thing to do.

A number of players, such Anthony Elanga and Matej Kovar, have already demonstrated that the Reds made a mistake by parting ways with them this summer, and Fernandez may be on the verge of doing the same thing in the years coming.

It is highly probable that United will incorporate a substantial sell-on clause into the agreement; however, it is not yet known whether or if they will also incorporate a buyback option.

There was never a moment when the former Real Madrid academy player refrained from asserting that he desired to be a part of the United team, but it appears that dream may not come true.

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