Misleading reports suggest Man United have already agreed 5-year deal with Alex Telles

RMC Sport journalist Mohamed Bouhafsi claims Alex Telles has agreed a 5-year contract with Manchester United.

His tweet suggests United will now work to agree on a fee with FC Porto, as that would be the next step in the negotiation process, but an Old Trafford source has downplayed the speculation to Stretty News.

There is no 5-year agreement with Telles.

That’s not to say the club are not in the process of making a move, as Stretty News writer Leah Smith claims Telles’ preference is to join United after PSG had an offer worth €15m turned down for his signature.

On top of that, FC Porto have seemingly already identified a replacement for Telles and will consider a move for Wolves’ Ruben Vinagre.

United have made just one signing so far this season with Donny van de Beek arriving from Ajax. The fans seek a lot more encouragement from the board, so you can only imagine what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is thinking.

Telles will offer more competition at left-back which can only be a good thing. Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams will get better for it.

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  1. Yrs, Manchester United should go in for Alex Telles if we have failed on signing Sergio Reguilon from Real Madrid. He is equally good as Reguilon just that he is older than Reguilon.

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