The former Spartan is already at Manchester United. The “Red Devils” brought the Slovak Dúbravka | Currently

Manchester United players strengthened by the Brazilian winger Anthony, who moved to the English club from Ajax Amsterdam. At the same time, the “Red Devils” today hired Slovak goalkeeper Martin Debravka, the former Liberec and Sparta goalkeeper, on loan from Newcastle.

United have been chasing Debravka since last week, the 33-year-old Slovakian actor must cover the back of number one goalkeeper David de Gea. Based on the agreement between the two clubs, Manchester will be able to acquire the Zilina native on a transfer deal at the end of the season.

Dúbravka worked in the Czech League first in the 2016/17 season at Liberec and then in the fall of 2017 at Sparta. He left for Newcastle in January 2018 on a six-month loan. Then he moved to this Premier League club in the summer.

The 22-year-old Anthony has signed a contract until 2027 with an option for one year. According to British media, United paid about 95 million euros (about 2.32 billion kroner) to Anthony, the highest sum ever spent on the final day of the Premier League transfer window.

Anthony said: “I had great years at Ajax, but this is a big moment in my career. I am ready for a new challenge at one of the most famous clubs in the world.” website Currently in the twelfth place in the Premier League.

The nine-time Brazil international will start again under coach Erik ten Hag, who has worked with him in the past two seasons at Ajax. “He has big plans and ambitions for Manchester,” Anthony said. “His style of football and his coaching are the best of me.”

The Olympic champion last year played 82 official matches with Ajax, scoring 24 goals and making 22 for his teammates. Previously played with Sao Paulo.

The Red Devils got another boost after a failed start to the season at the end of the transfer window. After Paul Pogba, Anthony became the second most expensive player in the club’s history, and the Brazilian Casemiro had previously come from Real Madrid for 70 million euros (1.7 billion crowns).


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