Manchester United have finally agreed to sign a deal with Al-Nassr’s Vincent Aboubakar, whose contract was soon going to be torn apart by the Arab club, according to reports.
The striker had given a stunning performance for his national team, Cameroon, in the 2022 Qatar World Cup where captained his squad and also registered two goals within three matches for his team.
Al Nassr to terminate Abubakar’s contract
According to sources, the Cameroon international could be headed to England to make his place in the Old Trafford for Premier League giants, Manchester United, the ex-club of his newly arrived clubmate, Cristiano Ronaldo, who completed a mouth-watering deal to the Saudi outfit.
The Portuguese legend had been unveiled earlier this week in a 25,000 capacity stadium. However, Ronaldo is unavailable for making his debut due to the two-match ban imposed on him from his United days and also a full seat of foreign players at Al-Nassr.
Consequently, Ronaldo has been forced to sit out the glorious 2-0 win of Al-Nassr over Al-Ta’ee where he was seated on the director’s box from where he watched his current team play.
According to insiders, Al-Nassr will be terminating Aboubakar’s contract to make way for the 37-year-old Portuguese to make his debut for club.
Manchester United is being rumoured to come to the rescue of their ex-player Cristiano Ronaldo and help him make his debut, and also the rescue of the Cameroon striker from a club which has now made him a second option after the arrival of Ronaldo.
According to the latest reports, Aboubakar has already agreed to a contract with the Red Devils and if United are successful in getting their hands on the man, who claims to be better than the Liverpool icon, Mohamed Salah.
Aboubakar had talked about the Liverpool star before the start of 2022 FIFA World Cup and said that even though he understood that people considered Salah as one of the best goalscorers in the Premier League, but in his opinion and point of view that he was not impressed by Salah.
“I can do what he does. I just don’t have the opportunity to play in a big club,” said Aboubakar.