Digimagaz.com – Manchester United’s left-back, Alex Telles, is edging closer to sealing a move to Al Nassr, according to reliable sources. The impending transfer, valued at approximately £4 million ($5.1m), is showing signs of progress despite initial concerns over its collapse.

As the Red Devils embark on their preseason tour of the United States, Telles has been conspicuously absent from the squad, indicating his strong desire to join the Saudi Pro League side. The Brazilian player spent the last season on loan at Sevilla but has been informed by manager Erik ten Hag that he does not figure in the club’s future plans.

Meanwhile, another notable absentee from Manchester United’s squad in New Jersey is Eric Bailly. The Ivorian defender has been granted permission to explore opportunities elsewhere, and his representatives are actively working to secure a suitable move. Although there have been indications of potential interest from Saudi Arabian clubs, a concrete deal has not yet been reached.

Sources close to ESPN have disclosed that Anthony Elanga, the young talent still with the United squad in New Jersey, is on the verge of completing a permanent transfer to Nottingham Forest. The Championship side has tabled a substantial bid amounting to around £15 million for the promising winger. It is believed that Elanga could leave the United States and undergo a medical examination as early as the upcoming weekend.

Meanwhile, in the goalkeeping department, Dean Henderson has also traveled to the U.S. with the team. However, Forest has expressed a keen interest in acquiring his services. Manchester United seems open to allowing Henderson to leave following the acquisition of Andre Onana and is leaning towards a preference for a permanent transfer rather than a loan deal.

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As negotiations and discussions continue to unfold, Manchester United’s roster is likely to witness some significant changes in the coming weeks. Fans and pundits alike are keeping a close eye on developments as the transfer window heats up.


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