United to activate £3m release clause to secure summer move

Manchester United are closing in on the signature of Spanish teenager Alvaro Vadillo, according to talkSPORT.

The Real Betis starlet, 17, has a release clause fee of £3m in his current contract and Manchester United are ready to activate a deal to ensure Vadillo moves to Old Trafford next summer.

However, Vadillo is currently sidelined with a knee problem and could miss the rest of the season, meaning Manchester United would be taking a gamble on the player’s fitness.

Betis are eager for the winger to return to action so he can complete enough appearances to trigger a new release clause fee of £20m.

Article courtesy of Matt Wood from Clean Sheets All Round

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