MU’s partner has a legal problem, the Andreas Pereira deal has changed

05 Mar 2022 | 12:57 | Football

 Andreas Pereira’s move to Flamengo has been put on hold as the Brazilian club are currently fighting a legal battle in court.

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Pereira again left Manchester United on loan last summer after temporary spells away with Granada, Valencia and Lazio. The difference was the possibility that this time he could leave forever.

Last month, it was reported that Flamengo had reached a verbal agreement on the transfer of Pereira in the context that he had no future at Old Trafford, but there has been no official confirmation on this yet.


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 Andreas Pereira had a difficult time moving to Flamengo.

Now, Brazil’s Globo Esporte news agency reports that Flamengo is currently in court due to activities conducted between 1993 and 1998, which resulted in them having their accounts frozen and halting any new signings. at the present time.

Despite the delay, Pereira is said to still be joining the Brazilian giants, a €10m deal is said to have been agreed with United – a deal that will be split into five different installments. . It is worth mentioning that the club’s fans do not appear to be supportive of the signing of Pereira, who scored five goals in 18 games last season – so much so that he was mocked during his recent 2-2 draw with Resende.