Donedeal: Manchester United’s has confirmed a £160,000-per-week star from Everton

Donedeal: Manchester United’s has confirmed a £160,000-per-week star from Everton


According to Football Insider, Jarrard Branthwaite has reached an agreement to sign a £160,000-per-week contract with Man United.

The Merseyside club is reportedly demanding between £70 and £80 million for the 22-year-old, but reports indicate that United won’t match that amount with their new offer.

Nevertheless, he has personally agreed to terms on a plan that would guarantee him a “huge” salary increase from his current Everton contract.

The center defender has become the buzz of the transfer market even though he did not receive a call-up for England for the European Championship this summer.

After Raphael Varane left the team at the end of the previous campaign, the 20-time champions are looking to add a center defender, and Branthwaite is a target.

Now that a £16 million star has agreed to join Everton, he has made it clear he wants to depart.


Everton has already undergone significant alteration this summer as they attempt to maintain their Premier League standing.

Their position in the division has been continuously threatened for the past three campaigns, but at last, with three quality additions already and more presumably on the way, that threat appears to be much less present.

particularly if they are to prevail in the competition for a certain player who is drawing a lot of interest during this transfer window.

He needs to make a major choice and has dabbled in many different areas, including the Toffees.

Thankfully, Sean Dyche appears to have achieved a major breakthrough.

Everton and Jaden Philogene agree to a signing
The Daily Mail has provided an update on Everton’s pursuit of Jaden Philogene, which is actually excellent news from Merseyside.

In the end, the Hull City winger signing was regarded as a three-horse race, with the Toffees competing with Ipswich Town and Crystal Palace for the 22-year-old.

This report claims that one team is just ahead after reaching a current arrangement with the Tigers.


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