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Fabrizio Romano Claims One Man United Transfer Agreement Has “Collapsed”

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One of Manchester United’s loaned-out players, according to Fabrizio Romano, is expected to return to the club if the loan arrangement falls through.

The 26-year-old midfielder, has been on a season-long loan to Flamengo in Brazil’s Serie A.

He participated in 45 games for Flamengo in all competitions, scoring 9 goals in the process.

Pereira was on the verge of committing his future to the Brazilian team, and a fee had been agreed upon with his original club, Manchester United. However, after Pereira made a costly error during the Copa Libertadores in November, the transaction was postponed due to performance difficulties.

Since then, the Flamengo manager Paulo Sousa has made it clear that he’d like the Brazilian to remain at the club and expressed his wish to football director Bruno Spindel.

“Of all those that we have, I would like this continuity that I have already expressed. We’ve already spoken to Bruno, but it’s not just up to us, it’s up to the player, the club. In the game against Católica, Andreas played an extraordinary game and now he was decisive,” Sousa said (as per Lance).

Now a deal has collapsed, according to a recent tweet by transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano:

With the new deal collapsing and newly appointed Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag set to make significant changes at Old Trafford, it will be interesting to see whether ten Hag makes Pereira part of his plans or if, yet again, we see the Brazilian shipped off to another club.

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