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Man Utd agreed £13m Roberto Firmino deal with medical planned before Liverpool transfer

by Amadu Victor
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According to reports reaching OYOGist.com, Manchester United are set to secured the signature of Roberto Firmino from the German Bundesliga side, Hoffenheim before Liverpool FC went the extra mile to conclude the deal.

The Brazilian centre forward, Roberto Firmino could have moved to the fellow English Premier League club, Manchester United FC in 2015 before sealing his £29million move to the Anfield Stadium from Hoffenheim.

The Brazilian sensational centre forward, Roberto Firmino was in superb form scoring 22 goals and creating 16 assists in all competitions for the German Bundesliga club, Hoffenheim.

Only his fellow Brazilian attacker, Neymar had managed more unpredicted form and several English clubs and also Spanish clubs had already noticed. That involves Manchester United FC, with reports even confirming that a £13.1million deal had been agreed.


ESPN Brazil’s Jose Elias confirmed that the Bate-Bola show that the Brazilian centre forward, Roberto Firmino would go through his medical with Manchester United while away on international duty.

The Brazilian attacker, Roberto Firmino was in Santiago with his fellow Brazil team-mates arranging for the Copa America. That’s when the English Premier League giant, Liverpool FC determined to pounce and they were showing eagerness to go to extra lengths to get the deal done.

Former Liverpool FC CEO, Ian Ayre determined to fly to South America to make the deal done following talks with Roberto Firmino’s agent.

The Liverpool FC CEO, Ian Ayre lately told the Daily Mail: “He told me: ‘We will need to sit down and discuss further, do you want to come over here? I am in Santiago.’ I said: ‘Sure, there is no problem’.”

Liverpool FC supporters could merely contain their excitation when a mealy image surfaced of Roberto Firmino handling up a Liverpool FC shirt closely with the Liverpool FC CEO, Ian Ayre. “That’s when we completed the deal. I snapped the picture and he became our player.”

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