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The race to sign Vitinha from Porto is reportedly “hot” between Arsenal and Manchester United.



Arsenal and Manchester United are reportedly competing to sign Vitinha, a midfielder for Porto, this summer, according to Record in Portugal.

English football is not entirely foreign to the 22-year-old. While on loan at Wolverhampton Wanderers for the 2020–21 season, he only made 22 appearances for Wolves across all competitions.

Last year, Vitinha’s relocation wasn’t made final, and he went back to Porto. He participated in 47 games in all competitions for the Dragons and had an excellent season in the park’s middle.

Many people were impressed by his performances, and if the allegation is true, the transfer directors at Manchester United and Arsenal both loved what they saw in him.

The summer transfer window is now open, and it’s a big one for both Manchester United and Arsenal. A top-notch midfielder is essential for both coaches if their teams are to succeed over the next two months.

According to the report, Vitinha’s transfer between Arsenal and Manchester United is “hot.” The two storied English clubs are both eager to sign him, and the article even says that they’re willing to spend big money.

A £34.7 million release clause is said to be in place for Vitinha. According to rumors, Mikel Arteta and Erik Ten Hag are both prepared to activate that in the next weeks to finalize a deal.

The international player from Portugal, described by Deco as “amazing,” will begin the final two years of his contract at the end of this month.

When Vitinha joined Wolves on loan a couple of seasons ago, there were high expectations for him. Everyone recognized his skill, but the main question was whether he could succeed in the English game.

Sadly, the child hardly had a chance. Vitinha only started five league games for Wolves the entire season, which is insufficient for anyone to establish their value.

Finally, Wolves came to the conclusion that he wasn’t worth the money and sent him back. Now that both Arsenal and Manchester United are apparently interested in signing him, that might come back to harm the Wanderers.

For any team as they work to return to the Champions League next year, a little over £34 million is hardly a significant sum of money. Although Vitinha is probably within reach for either club this summer, we don’t see that happening.


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