“Really, really pushing” – Sky Sports reporter has just shared big Man Utd update he’s hearing

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Granada is’really pressing’ to sign Manchester United player Facundo Pellistri, and Dharmesh Sheth of Sky Sports has told GIVEMESPORT what the Red Devils may discuss during negotiations. Pellistri is making his way towards the Old Trafford exit door.

There have been departures during the winter transfer window, even though manager Erik ten Hag is still searching for his first signing after Sir Jim Ratcliffe completed a £1.3 billion agreement to purchase a 25% share in the club during the holiday season.

Pellistri is expected to take on a new challenge, although Donny van de Beek and Jadon Sancho have been among the more well-known departures. The former’s loan switch to Eintracht Frankfurt included a £9.5 million option to make the move permanent.

Pellistri nearing the Granada transition
As they attempt to fend off fierce competition, Granada has reportedly entered advanced negotiations to sign Pellistri on loan for the balance of the season, according Football Insider. This comes after constructive conversations with Manchester United throughout the past 24 hours.

According to the source, the La Liga team is in the lead to sign the Uruguay international, who has played just 366 minutes this season. Ten Hag has decided it would be better to obtain more playing time elsewhere after finding it difficult to have a significant influence.

Pellistri has indicated that he is eager to try himself at the Nuevo Estadio de Los Carmenes despite receiving attention from a number of other teams, and it is believed that Manchester United has given him the go-ahead to join Granada.

After seeing that Major League Soccer team LA Galaxy and Eredivisie powerhouse PSV Eindhoven were keen to finalise the winger’s transfer, the Spanish team went to the bargaining table. This prompted internal debate among the Red Devils over their best course of action.

Pellistri’s ability to follow tactical instructions has impressed ten Hag, according to reliable writer Steve Bates, who previously told GIVEMESPORT that ten Hag has been impressed. However, Pellistri has not had many first-team opportunities as he attempts to earn a spot in Uruguay’s squad for this summer’s Copa America.

The 22-year-old, who has attracted interest from teams in Italy, France, and the Netherlands, is getting ready to officially confirm his short-term move to Granada, even if Manchester United is willing to let his permanent departure as well.

Dharmesh Sheth: Granada is trying to push beyond Pellistri’s manoeuvre.
Sheth is aware that crucial issues must be resolved before the mid-season move is official, even if he knows Granada is doing every effort to secure a temporary contract for Pellistri in an effort to outbid rivals for his signature.

As he enters the final 18 months of his £20,000-per-week contract, the Sky Sports reporter has refused to rule out the possibility that the Red Devils include an option to buy the South American. They may also decide to take advantage of an option to extend the agreement by an additional year in an effort to prevent his market value from plummeting.

Sheth stated the following to GIVEMESPORT on Wednesday:

“It appears that Granada is the ones making the most effort right now. MLS teams, PSV Eindhoven, and a few other Dutch teams have expressed interest in Facundo Pellistri; nonetheless, Granada appears to be leading the drive.

It will be intriguing to see what type of deal Manchester United will make if and when this move does materialise. He still has 18 months left on his contract, and Manchester United has the option to extend it by another year.

“They might still obtain a decent market value for him if they were to approve a straight loan, give him a year remaining on it, and have him return in the summer.

“Otherwise, they could decide it will be a loan until the end of the season, but they will attach an option price to that loan deal as well.”

Ten Hag wants to hang onto Diallo even with the loan interest.
Amad Diallo has impressed in training sessions at Carrington, and Manchester United is ready to turn down a loan offer from Middlesbrough for him, according to MailOnline. They want to keep him for the rest of the season.

According to the article, the winger, who has played just 36 minutes since the start of the season, is expected to remain at Old Trafford since Alejandro Garnacho, Antony, and Marcus Rashford all consider him to be a suitable backup.

In an effort to increase their prospects of securing an instant return to the top flight, Southampton has been pressuring Middlesbrough and other Championship teams to arrange a transfer for Diallo, who is now with Manchester United.

Table toppers in the second tier Even if a trade has not materialised as the deadline of February 1 approaches, Leicester City and Sunderland were planning a move for the Ivory Coast international before the winter window opened for business at the beginning of the year.

Recent reports from transfer insider Dean Jones told GIVEMESPORT that Southampton will find it difficult to sign Diallo following Leicester’s failure to buy him despite first seeming to be in pole position, adding to the uncertainty surrounding his future.

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