Man Utd Close To Sign Fred From Shakhtar Donetsk

Fred drops massive Manchester United transfer hint on Instagram

Fred drops massive Manchester United transfer hint on Instagram

Fred is now being lined up by Jose Mourinho to strengthen his midfield, and United had hoped to use Brazil's stopover in England to finalise a deal. Since then, the Citizens have bowed out of the pursuit of former Internacional man, and this has allowed United with a free run to pursue the midfielder's signature.

Fred spoke about the interest in him yesterday.

This is according to the Manchester Evening News, who report that Brazilian global, Fred could be signed by the start of next month, leaving no room for complication once the World Cup begins in Russian Federation.

Akhmetov feels that Fred cost more than offered and certainly cost more than Alex Teixeira transfer fees they get at his transfer.

Twice this year Manchester United have stolen Manchester City transfer targets, and Fred is a special talent close upon stardom.

"Soon after City, United talked to Shakhtar and my agents". The £50 million price tag, if the deal concludes, may prove a snip come opening day in August.

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Jose is believed to have won the race for Fred, as United are said to have an agreement in place with the Ukrainian side.

And the Mirror claim United are ready to wrap-up a £50m deal to sign Shakhtar Donetsk star Fred before the Brazilian global flies out to the World Cup finals in Russian Federation. For how much? I can not say so now.

Fred has played for Brazil seven times and is set to feature for his country in Russian Federation this summer.

It looks as though Fred will be the next Brazilian off the production line following a successful five-year spell.

United photographer Craig Norwood has followed Fred on the social media site, which is pretty big because he supposedly only does that when a deal is finalised.

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