Three-time European champions Manchester United are waiting for clearance from the English Football Association (FA) to announce the signing of three young Spanish players.
According to Manchester Evening News (MEN), the Red Devils have made three signings from various Spanish clubs and that an FA clearance is needed to officially complete the transfers.
Manchester United have signed Marc Jurado from Nou Camp giants Barcelona, while Atletico Madrid attacker Alejandro Garnacho has opted to sign for the Red Devils.
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The former Premier League champions were able to convince the 16-year-old striker to leave Spain for the English top flight.
Young Spaniard Alvaro Fernandez has also left the Madrid capital for Manchester. He has signed for the Red Devils from Spanish champions Real Madrid.
The three players will go into the club’s Academy after they have been cleared by the FA.
Manchester United fans have been frustrated with the club’s transfer dealings this summer and the signing of the three youngsters would have done little to change that.
The Red Devils have made just one signing for the senior team since the transfer market opened in July and that was the Donny Van De Beek transfer which was finalised some days ago.