Fabrizio Romano says Manchester United scouted “top talent” worth €50m

Erik ten Hag the manager of Manchester United (Photo by James Gill - Danehouse/Getty Images)
Erik ten Hag the manager of Manchester United (Photo by James Gill - Danehouse/Getty Images) /

Manchester United have sent scouts to watch this 2006 born Brazilian “top talent”, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano. 

Manchester United, who have found their form of late, are already thinking ahead for the future. Of course, the January transfer window isn’t an immediate priority, but it’s certainly something which Erik ten Hag is considering.

Currently behind in the Champions League, fans are still confident they can progress through the group stage. Particularly since they found their form, the remainder of the group should be easier for United, who faced their toughest battle in the first match of the competition.

In January, it is a chance for Erik ten Hag to introduce some new players to his Champions League squad. Assuming the Red Devils are still in the competition by then, they’ll need some fresh reinforcements given that they have two wingers who are unavailable due to off-field issues.

Fabrizio Romano says Manchester United are scouting Brazil top talent Lorran

According to a claim from the transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Brazil’s top talent Lorran is of interest to Manchester United, who alongside Chelsea have sent out scouts to watch the 2006 born talent in action. Currently, he is tied to Flamengo with a release clause of €50m.

Should Manchester United sign the midfielder, who is also capable of playing as a second striker, he would certainly be one for the future. He wouldn’t start for the Red Devils right now, but Erik ten Hag would certainly have him under a lucrative development plan.

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