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Manchester United Reportedly Scout Gremio and Brazil Starlet Everton Soares | Bleacher report



PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL - OCTOBER 2: Everton of Gremio during the match between Gremio and Atlético de Tucumán, part of the Conmebol Copa Libertadores 2018, at the Arena del Gremio on October 2, 2018, in Porto Alegre, Brazil. (Photo by Lucas Uebel / Getty Images)

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It seems that Manchester United considers a move for the forward Gremio Everton Soares.

I agree with Rob Dawson of the ESPN FC, the South American explorers of the Red Devils were impressed with the development of the 22 years of age, recently called to the Brazilian national team.

Everton is said to play on the left flank or in the middle. In 2018, he scored 17 times in 43 exits for the Brazilian club. Manchester City is also noted as potential claimants for the player.

"However, United faces a fight to sign Everton, which is worth about £ 30 million, after signing a new contract until 2022 in August," Dawson said. "This contract includes a release clause just over 60 million euros (£ 53 million)."

Here is a look at some of its best moments for the Gremio so far this year:

The boy made a step forward in its development this season. Although it has been a regular first team for the Gremio since 2016, it has become a much more effective and productive presence in the third end of this term.

He was particularly impressive in the Copa Libertadores, showing an appetite for the great stage. Everton scored five times in eight appearances in the tournament, helping the Gremio to the semifinals where they were eliminated polemically by River Plate.

For his Twitter account of Selecao Brasileira, his club was desperate to stay around for those crucial games in the midst of the call to the Brazilian team:

While there is a serious competition for places in the advanced positions of Brazil, Everton did enough to make a call to Tite and get two exits under his belt.

The United has options in the third final and in the left flank Anthony Martial excelled from the end. However, the team did not have a reliable focal point up, with inconsistent Marcus Rashford and Alexis Sánchez and Romelu Lukaku Fighting ill from late.

Lukaku was the man who hoped to lead the line this season and was expected to kick after a strong FIFA World Cup. But soccer journalist Miguel Delaney said he is not sure if Lukaku is in an elite level:

If Everton came in then, there would be no immediate expectations about him to lead the line and offer an update for United. For players arriving from South America, often the increase in European football standards can provide a tough learning pattern.

Even so, United States supporters will be pleased to read that their explorers are referring to Europe from some of the best prospects in the rest of the world. If the club managed to land Everton, with little patience and proper coaching, it could become an asset for the first team.


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