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Manchester United thought they had got rid of him

By Harry Smith

Manchester United thought they had got rid of him
Manchester United thought they had got rid of him
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Manchester United is still trying to move its pieces in this transfer market, the club is trying to sell as many players as possible, because at the moment the budget has been reduced so much that it is now a priority to increase it. 

For that Erik Ten Hag needs to start listening to offers for his players, however, not many of them have caught the interest of the teams due to the high price of their contracts or because the team asks too much for them, this certainly begins to treat a little desperation as the coach would seek to further strengthen the team with new players. 

So far United has been able to get two signings, the midfielder Mason Mount was the first and just a few hours ago was announced the second recruitment that would be the goalkeeper André Onana, these two reinforcements represent 120 million pounds that the club has spent, for its part has had minimal sales of players, which in the balance does not come out anything favorable for the red devils. 

However, history repeats itself as over the last three years Man Utd have been unable to sell players to create both squad space and budget space, but they have spent heavily on signings that have so far failed to prove their true value.


Alex Telles to return to United

Manchester United a couple of days ago had agreed the transfer of the left back to the Arab club Al-Nassr, despite not being a very fruitful sale for the club, at least they would have got rid of a player who was not in their plans; however, in a new update on the issue, the Arab team would have decided to rethink the transfer and try to find other options in the market, so United would have to look for another way to transfer Telles.

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