Confirmed: Manchester United Set To Sign Young Striker

Manchester United's Henrikh Mkhitaryan celebrates scoring their first goal with team mates.

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Manchester United will reportedly complete their fourth capture of the transfer window by signing Bruno Amorim. 

Jose Mourinho is about to get his fourth player of the transfer window, however, he might want another player even after reaching his target of four signings.

According to Oliveirense chief, Leite, Manchester United are very close to signing Bruno Amorim, a 19-year-old prospect.

While talking to Agencia Lusa, Leite said: “He (Amorim) had been promoted to the main squad but the scouting was already alert and decided to take him there. At this time the business is 90% done and he may have an excellent contract ahead. The contract will shortly be announced, but he is a future bet at United.”

Leite continued to talk about the benefits his club will be receiving from the transfer, by adding: “We’ll receive training rights, because he’s always been trained here, although in monetary terms it may not be more than that because there may be other exchanges.

“These details are not yet defined. But the training rights and future sales of the player are guaranteed gains.”

Bruno Amorim is a highly rated striker, and Jose Mourinho has great faith in his countryman to succeed at Old Trafford. However, it’s almost certain that the player is one for the future, and won’t have a great part to play for Manchester United’s first team this season.

Meanwhile, Mourinho will certainly look to bring in more first team players before the transfer window closes on 31st August. Perisic, Danny Rose, and Gareth Bale are some of the players that are currently being linked with Manchester United.

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Written by Shorya Panwar  

Has 20+ years of experience managing Schalke in Football Manager 2017. Believes wing-backs are the most complete footballers in the modern/evolved football. Writes weird stuff on his personal blog.


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