Man United have reached an agreement to sign a £40,000-a-week player – Journalist
Manchester United have reached deal to sign £40,000-a-week player – Reporter
Manchester United have been put in contact with Dutch international Wout Weghorst, who would like to move to Old Trafford.
According to the latest media reports, the centre-forward, currently on loan from Burnley at Besiktas, is in the process of moving to United.
According to Ross Harwood, a full deal has been reached for Man Utd to sign Weghorst.
The Turkish giants will receive compensation of around 4.5 million euros to end the loan.
In return the Clarets provided another loan to send the player to the Red Devils. The journalist claims that Manchester United will pay the striker’s full salary and the veteran will stay here until the end of the season. There are no signing obligations and the Dutchman will return to Burnley this summer.
The 30-year-old centre-forward earns around £40,000 a week (sports wages).
Weghorst is an experienced striker who has so far played over 400 games and scored 172 goals in his club career.
So far this season he has scored 9 goals and provided 4 assists in all competitions for Besiktas.
The Dutch international, who scored twice in Qatar, would be a good stopover for the rest of the season. What do you think?
One thought on “Man United have reached an agreement to sign a £40,000-a-week player – Journalist”
It seems like Manchester United are making a move to bring in some new talent to bolster their squad. Wout Weghorst is a proven goal-scorer and has a wealth of experience under his belt. With over 400 games and 172 goals, he would certainly bring a level of experience and ability to the United front-line.
I’m excited to see how he would fit into the team and how he would be utilized by the manager. At 30 years old, he may not have many years left at the top level but he could certainly be a valuable asset for United as they look to make a push for the top of the table. It will be interesting to see how this transfer plays out and how Weghorst performs if he does make the move to Old Trafford. Best regards, Mark Green of Jpazamu.com