Manchester United and Barcelona agree Pedro deal

The most successful club in the history of Premier League has reportedly agreed personal terms with the Spain international

Pedro is clearly unhappy at being a bit-part player for Barcelona following the arrival of Neymar and Suarez at Camp Nou. Manchester United’s Chief Executive Ed Woodward flew to Barcelona after United’s game against Aston Villa to finalise the deal and according to reports from Spain, he has managed to get the deal done.

However, a transfer fee is to be agreed between the two clubs as Barcelona are not willing to let go of their top player for less than 22 million and Manchester United value the player at 20 million at most. It’s a small glitch that is slowing down the deal but it is expected to be resolved soon and Pedro’s friends have disclosed that the Barcelona player will soon be at Old Trafford and can even make bench for Manchester United’s upcoming league game.