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Man United don’t want to lose control of future of talented 21-year-old despite imminent sale, working for buyback clause: report

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Man United are trying to ensure they still have some control over the future of young left-back Alvaro Carreras, despite his imminent sale.

This summer is a crucial one for Manchester United. INEOS and Sir Jim Ratcliffe want to establish themselves as an organisation that can help restore the good times to the Theatre of Dreams.

Planning is already well underway as the Reds look to generate some extra funds for whoever the manager is, to re-invest back into the squad. Just this week, we covered information claiming that Alvaro Carreras was all set to depart Old Trafford on a permanent deal, in a £5million move.

Now, A Bola have provided the latest information on that front, claiming that United are looking to protect their asset. The Reds don’t want to lose control of the future of the talented 21-year-old, despite his imminent sale.

United are now working to include some sort of buyback clause in Carreras’ transfer terms. Either a deal that would allow the club to bring him back for a set fee, or giving United the ability to match any future offer received for his services.

The big winner here is Benfica. They’re getting an excellent player for around £5m, while a potential big pay-day could await if the Spanish left-back continues to develop and grow.

It’s also savvy of United to do what they can to ensure they do remain in control of Carreras’ future. At the end of the day, he may not be good enough to play for this club right now, but in a few years, who knows?

Do you think Alvaro Carreras is good enough to make it at Man United? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.

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