Deal Done: Man United To Announce A Deal With Juventus FC

Manchester United are reported to be on the edge to announce a deal with the Italian Serie A champions, Juventus FC, for a player where the deal was a long waited transfer between the two clubs.

Jose Mourinho, Manchester United’s manager, is expected to make several changes in the squad where he will be selling several players who underperformed this season, and he will be signing several players to replace them where several players are being linked to signing with Manchester United.

According to the latest news and reports where one of the Italians sources, Tuttosport, confirms that Manchester United have reached an agreement with Juventus FC for the Italian full-back defender, Matteo Darmian, who will be joining the Italian champions from the Premier League runners-up, Manchester United.

The deal is expected to cost Juventus FC around 12million Euros in order to secure the Italian’s defender signature, where Matteo Darmian failed to convince Jose Mourinho after spending three seasons at the Old Trafford after he arrived from the Italian club, Torino, back in the summer of 2015 under the Dutch manager, Luis Van Gaal.

Matteo Darmian’s deal with Juventus FC is expected to be announced in the coming few days at the end of this week, or earlier next week where the deal is considered as a “deal done” by several sources.

 

 

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