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Sports Manchester United on an Argentinian prodigy

17:00  28 november  2020
17:00  28 november  2020 Source:   football365.fr

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The Manchester United board would have their sights set on a promising winger from Velez Sarsfield, by the name of Thiago Almada.

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Atalanta Bergame4 buts0.67 but/match. And among their targets is a young Argentine prospect, in this case Thiago Almada. The 19-year-old plays for Velez Sarsfield's side. It is rumored that rivals Manchester City have it in their sights too. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would personally push for this acquisition. If he joins Old Trafford, Almada will follow in the footsteps of Juan Sebastian Véron and Gabriel Heinze, other famous Argentines who have worn MU's prestigious tunic.

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