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This Mexican player could revolutionize the transfer market for Manchester United

His arrival to the Premier League could be imminent

By Liam Styles

His arrival to the Premier League could be imminent
His arrival to the Premier League could be imminent
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Erik Ten Hag is trying to get his dream squad at Manchester United ready for the next beginning of the new Premier League season but he is having some difficulties in the process. The club is struggling to sign the players he has requested, and the selling list he gave to the club is still complete, as the institution hasn’t been able to seal any departure yet.

In this sense, the Dutchman could have expressed his intention of selling at least 13 players, among whom we could mention some big names such as Anthony Elanga, Jadon Sancho, Harry Maguire, Anthony Martial or Scott McTominay, whose permanence in the team avoids United to raise funds to invest in new signings, which could be slowing down the United’s activity in the transfer market.

Meanwhile, the Mancunian institution keeps receiving bad news about the potential exits, and another difficulty could come in the next few days, as according to the British press, the most interested team in Scott McTominay could have found another name to replace Declan Rice in their team’s midfield.

A Mexican player could change everything for Manchester United

Following the British press sources, West Ham could be interested in signing Edson Alvarez from Ajax to replace McTominay, as their coach David Moyes considers the Mexican player an excellent profile because of his versatility and strength on the pitch. The former Club America player would cost between 35 and 40 million to West Ham, and Alvarez would be really seduced about the possibility of leaving the Dutch league to play the Premier League, which could definitely end up in the arrival of the Mexican player to West Ham in the next few weeks.

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