Manchester United Transfer News: Globo reports that Manchester United are actively pursuing the acquisition of the 18-year-old striker. They have already begun negotiations with the player.
The 18-year-old’s flexibility will be an asset to Manchester United if they can sign him. He can play both centre forward and flank. The Red Devils would benefit greatly from strengthening their front three with some new additions. Marcus Rashford, an England international, has been playing up top for Manchester United this season, despite his better suitedness for a wide position.
Even though Rashford has been brilliant for Manchester United this season, they can’t depend on him to save the day every game. The Red Devils will need additional depth if they are to compete for major honours next season.
The 18-year-old Brazilian has the potential to grow into a vital player for Manchester United in the next season. He might prove to be a strong, long-term investment. He has a great profile in his native South America, where he is considered a top young talent from Brazil.
Supposedly, he is also of interest to teams like Barcelona and Chelsea. The 18-year-old is a perfect match for what both sides need, which is a great striker. Both Chelsea and Barcelona are looking to replace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with more consistent goal-scorers. Barcelona is aiming to sign a long-term replacement for Robert Lewandowski.
Manchester United Transfer News: Vitor Roque, a striker for Athletico Paranaense, has been rumoured to be leaving the club after the current campaign.
All three teams have the financial resources to pay the reported worth of €42 million that Globo places on the player from the Brazilian club.
The final destination of the 18-year-old is intriguing to speculate about. If he signs with the team, he’ll play a lot in the starting lineup right away. Roque’s growth would suffer if he were forced to wait on the bench at a top team.
Maybe it would be a good idea to join Manchester United. Old Trafford might be the place for the 18-year-old to realize his full potential according to Erik Ten Hag, who has a history of developing promising young players.