Cuadrado deal almost done for United

08 August 2014 03:17

Manchester United are on the verge of completing the signing of a new mega-transfer in the next few days for a new winger with some great dance moves.

Juan Cuadrado is considered an important element of Van Gaal’s new-look Man United team that will play a revised 3-4-3 formation. According to the Metro, United are set to improve their offer from £32million to £36million to ensure the Cuadrado transfer happens soon according to reports in the Metro. The player will need time to gel and build an understanding with the rest of the squad before the start of new season and the first match against Swansea.

The 26-year-old Colombian has been a constant presence as the transfer window has taken shape and he now appears destined to leave Fiorentina for Old Trafford as part of Van Gaal’s United revolution. The player was superb at the World Cup, managing three assists during the tournament and only running out of steam slightly in the knockout rounds. With Barcelona also interested in the player they will do well to wrap the deal up quickly by paying the extra.

Cuadrado is one of those players that can create space for players around him with his ferocious pace and keen dribbling ability and this will provide united with a player capable of unlock more defensive minded teams. In addition his core attributes of pace, agility and raw power will enable him to seamlessly switch position and provide a more varied style of cross that will make him more difficult to read than say Valencia or Young.

If Cuadrado does complete soon then United will have signed an absolute gem.

Source: DSG