Man Utd’s Visit to Neymar 2.0, Who Almost Quit Football, as Jim Ratcliffe Plans First Signing

This article contains affiliate links, and we will receive a commission on any sales generated from them. Gustavo Nunes is already linked with Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester City. Manchester United’s planning for the first summer transfer window of the Sir Jim Ratcliffe regime is well underway, despite uncertainty over Erik ten Hag’s future. Ratcliffe has suggested that United will switch their recruitment focus under the INEOS banner as he aims to restore a winning culture at Old Trafford.

Community members are treated to special offers, promotions, and adverts from the partners, and they can opt-out at any time. A United scout reportedly visited Porto Alegre last week to take a closer look at ‘Gustavinho’ – as he is nicknamed by Gremio fans. The 18-year-old, known for his play on the left, made his senior debut in February and has caught the attention of Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester City. Many see Nunes as the future of Brazilian football alongside Real Madrid-bound Endrick, and he could soon land in the Premier League.

The report notes that Neymar is one of Nunes’ biggest idols, and aspects of his game mirror the former Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain superstar. Nunes’ speed and tricky dribbling, developed from playing futsal against older opponents, have boosted his physicality, helping him fit into the first team. This may include adverts from third parties based on the user’s understanding, and they can unsubscribe at any time.

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