Date: 22nd January 2020 at 9:18am
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Now is that a familiar claim?

It certainly is.

A week ago, I introduced an article with the following title – united-closing-in-on-first-big-signing-of-the-january-transfer-window but, sadly, it is a deal that has yet to be concluded.

But, according to the media, it is a deal that could be finalised by the end of the week with Bruno Fernandes finally putting pen-to-paper on a deal that would see him become a Manchester United midfielder.

According to The Daily Mirror there has finally been a breakthrough in talks which appeared to be deadlocked with our source claiming that a transfer fee of £55 million has now been agreed on with the Portuguese club, Sporting Lisbon.

Furthermore, another source, The Daily Star, implies that Fernandes may not be leaving Sporting on the best of terms with it being claimed that he snubbed the supporters in what is perceived to be his last game for the club, on Tuesday night.

Hopefully, the 25-year-old had his mind on more pressing matters, namely that move to Old Trafford.

If United Fail To Qualify For Europe Should Solksjaer Be Kept On?

Yes!

Yes!

No!

No!

Undecided!

Undecided!

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8 Replies to “That First Big January Transfer Window Signing Gets Nearer To Being Concluded By Manchester United”

  • no ole should stay.He is building The team.Even sir matt busby did not perform well but later won trophies.only one thing ole should do is to buy key midfielders and strikers,e.g bruno,grealish,etc.

  • Ole should stay,and i don’t think the board are thinking of sacking him… We have few professional players in man u,but those are the same players injuries is bringing down, imagine man city without Kevin debruney, Bernardo silva,Raheem sterling… Three solid players a team can really reside on. That’s the issue we are having on ground now… Pogba,tominey,rashford. This are three solid player who can tear any team down with ole…. Remember our meeting with big six,most chelsea… We tore them apart

  • No, l suggest he should be given more time to improve bt if there is no improvement coming forth, THEN THAT LEAVES US NO CHOICE THAN TO “BOUNCE HIM OUT OF OUR WAY”