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Man Utd outcast ‘determined’ to quit in January as club agree over transfer formula that won’t surprise Ten Hag`

According to rumors, Manchester United is on the same page as one of its underutilized players when it comes to a January move.

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The winter transfer season will be exciting for Manchester United as always, both in terms of prospective incomings and outgoings. In terms of the latter, it may provide an opportunity for certain players who do not figure largely in Erik ten Hag’s ambitions to get more playing time elsewhere.

Those exits might be loans to assist the club’s prospects to flourish, or sales to generate some extra cash.

The latter approach appears to be in the works for one man in particular, who has been unable to win Ten Hag over and has been increasingly connected with an exit in recent days.

Facundo Pellistri is the player in question, having yet to make an appearance under Man United’s new manager.

AS has updated his escape strategy, declaring that he is “determined” to leave Old Trafford.

Indeed, he is so eager to leave Manchester United that he wants his exit to be permanent. The club agrees and is now looking for a successful World Cup to increase its market value.

They paid €8.5 million to sign him from Penarol back in 2020. The objective now is to recoup as much of that money (about £7.4 million) as feasible.

Pellistri is correct in seeking a fresh start – but where?
There is no reason to haste with Pellistri under contract until 2025. Man United doesn’t need to waste time now that the player’s stance – and presumably Ten Hag’s – is apparent.

It remains to be seen where he ends up. He had previously spent time in Spain on loan at Alaves. Prior to that, he was with Penarol in his home Uruguay before being approached by Manchester United.

Pellistri, however, has never made his senior competitive debut for Manchester United, due in part to physical concerns. And, as things now stand, it appears that he will never.

Despite the fact that he will turn 21 in December, he has plenty of time to create a successful career elsewhere.

It makes it logical for everyone to split up in January. First and foremost, they will be concerned with how he plays for Uruguay at the World Cup, if he reaches the final roster.

Pellistri will have to make the most of any opportunity that comes his way. Even if he makes the 26-man roster, he may not be a sure starter for the South Americans.

It remains to be seen whether he will get enough game time to place himself on the store display. His representatives, though, will very surely be hard at work trying to find more realistic alternatives for him.

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