Manchester United agrees to sign Amad Traoré from Atlanta
England club Manchester United has agreed to sign Atlanta's teenager Amad Traoré for a fee of €30m + add ons.
Manchester United's manager Ole Gunner Solsjkaer has been in search of a right-winger since the transfer window opened as the club has not been with a natural right winger for over seven years.
The club has been linked with Borussia Dortmund's winger Jadon Sancho and Barcelona's winger Ousmane Dembélé but was unable to reach an agreement with any of the clubs.
Traore has lots of dribbling skills and will be a good addition to Manchester United's attacking squad
Solsjkaer turned attention to Traoré who made his Serie A debut for Atlanta last season and have agreed to pay for the winger.
The teenager was linked to a move to Italian club Parma on a loan deal but the deal collapsed.
Traoré will be joining Manchester United in January due to inability to settle his work permit.
Traoré is a young talented winger who has lots of skills ability and can score goals; he is the first player born in 2002 to score in the Italian top flight.
Solsjkaer will be hoping to boost his attacks with Traoré.
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