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A new club joined the race to sign Facundo Pellistri from Manchester United

The player could finally exit from the club in the next few days

By Liam Styles

Facundo Pellistri could be ready to exit from Manchester United on a new loan transfer.
Facundo Pellistri could be ready to exit from Manchester United on a new loan transfer.
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Manchester United’s Uruguayan winger Facundo Pellistri would be currently one of the main topics dealt with by the football operation’s board lead by Sir Jim Ratcliffe, once they would have already set the plans to follow for the formation of the South American star, considered a top football gem in the institution.

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In this sense, Pellistri would have been set as a transferable player by Erik Ten Hag and the INEOS’ board, conscious that the player could exit on a six-month loan transfer until the end of the season in case the right team or the right offer arrived to the club in the next few weeks.

In this respect, the Red Devils would have already received the interest from several American and European clubs, such as Los Angeles Galaxy, Boca Juniors and PSV Eindhoven, and would be monitoring the offers received to find the perfect destination for the Uruguayan 22-year-old striker.

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The Uruguayan attacker could live his third loan spell at La Liga

In addition to that interest, a new club would have recently joined the race for counting on the services of the young attacker for the rest of the season as reported the Italian journalist Matteo Moretto from Relevo, who revealed a strong and growing interest from Granada to take the player back to LaLiga, a competition he knows really well after having completed two previous loan spells at Alaves from Manchester United. Following these sources, Granada already started talks with the player’s agents and a negotiation with the Red Devils would be taking place in the next few days.

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