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Fabrizio Romano reveals €100m-rated player has been scouted multiple times by Manchester United

United’s transformative era under Sir Jim Ratcliffe eyes €100m-rated star, with the club keenly scouting the teenager amidst strategic transfer market movements.

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Under the ambitious guidance of Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his INEOS team, Manchester United fans are witnessing an era of significant transformation, with a special focus on enhancing the team’s roster.

Despite Erik ten Hag’s current managerial position, his future role in shaping the team’s transfer strategy remains uncertain as the season progresses.

The club’s active pursuit in the transfer market has led them to closely monitor a promising talent. The player in question has caught United’s attention and has been scouted on numerous occasions, highlighting the club’s interest.

Fabrizio Romano, in his exclusive report for CaughtOffside, mentioned, “In the summer, the situation regarding Joao Neves will definitely be a topic of discussion between Benfica and the player’s representation.

“Manchester United are being linked but again, they still don’t have a director in place and are working on new signings/summer plan as I mentioned many times. So, all the names of clubs that are in the media are just for scouting.

“Joao has been scouted multiple times by Manchester United, I already reported that in October/November. Nothing new so far.”

Joao Neves, a 19-year-old talent valued at €100m by GOAL, represents a significant investment for any club. Benfica’s valuation reflects their high regard for the player and their awareness of his potential to advance his career at a club offering greater opportunities, though they are determined not to compromise on the financial aspects of any potential transfer.

The prospect of playing at Old Trafford is undoubtedly appealing for the young player, yet, as Romano points out, the situation remains static for now, with no immediate developments.

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