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Manchester United eye move for Gremio striker Everton Soares - sources

Shaka Hislop sifts through all the latest transfer rumours surrounding Miguel Almiron, Aaron Ramsey, Christian Pulisic and many more in Transfer Rater.

Manchester United are monitoring Gremio striker Everton Soares ahead of a potential move, sources have told ESPN FC.

United's South American scouts have been watching Everton, who has also been linked with Manchester City.

The 22-year-old, who can play on the left or through the middle, has broken into the Brazil squad and made his international debut as a second-half substitute for Neymar against the United States in September.

However, United face a fight to sign Everton, who is valued at around £30 million, after he signed a new contract until 2022 in August.

That contract includes a release clause just over €60m.

United, meanwhile, could lose Ander Herrera despite opening talks about a new deal at Old Trafford.

Sources have told ESPN FC that a number of clubs in Spain and Italy are prepared to offer the 29-year-old midfielder a contract in a bid to sign him for free at the end of the season.

Herrera, according to a source, would like to stay but, after finding first team opportunities limited this season, is willing to consider his options if terms cannot be agreed.

United are hopeful of tying up a deal before January, when Herrera would be allowed to negotiate with clubs outside England.

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