Man United transfer getting ‘finalised’ – Move to be made official in the ‘coming hours’

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According to rumours from Portugal, Benfica is about to finalise the transfer of Alvaro Fernandez from Manchester United.

The agreement is “underway” and “finalised,” according to Outlet O Jogo, and it can be closed for a €10 million fee in the “coming hours.”

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According to the story, the only decision left is whether Benfica would buy him outright from Manchester United or place him on loan with the option to buy him back in the summer.
Rui Pedro Braz, the sporting director for the Eagles, is handling the transaction. He reportedly flew to Manchester on Thursday to talk about the last-minute specifics of the relocation.
According to reports, Fernandez and Benfica have “everything agreed.” Although he was on loan at Granada, he had previously informed his management and teammates that he was leaving.

It’s intriguing that the front page item in the Portuguese newspaper Record earlier today stated that the Eagles would launch a “final attack” to sign the Manchester United player. It appears that they moved quickly to secure the signing.

After joining Manchester United in 2020, Fernandez never had an appearance for the main team.

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