It’s official. Brazilian Pereira moves from Manchester United to Fulham

Brazilian midfielder Andreas Pereira has moved from Manchester United to local rivals Fulham, who have returned to the Premier League, in a deal valued at £10m.

Pereira agreed on Monday to sign a four-year deal with the London club, who are believed to have paid an initial £8m plus £2m in possible bonuses.

The contract provides for the possibility of extending Fulham’s contract with the Brazilian for another year until 2027.

The 26-year-old has fallen into United’s age gap since arriving from Eindhoven, the Netherlands in 2011.

Pereira played 75 games for the Red Devils, who loaned him to Granada, Valencia, Spain, Lazio and Brazil’s Flamengo.

And Pereira, having joined Fulham, is aiming to be a reliable element of the team, and he told the London club’s website: “I am happy to be here and look forward to starting the season with Fulham.

“I want to help Fulham as much as possible to be (the team) where it needs to be. (Team coach, Portuguese) Marco Silva was an important part of this (his transfer). I talked to him a lot and he was a key factor in my time here.”

Fulham returned to the English Premier League after finishing in the second tier of the Championship in the lead, hoping to remain among the elite clubs at the end of the next season and not repeat the experience of 2019 and 2021, when they were relegated the following season. to his rise.

Source: AFP.

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