From Sky: Manchester United agree fee that’ll see talented midfielder leave the club

Well, it looks as though we could be on the verge of seeing another Manchester United player leave the club permanently during this window. The Reds have already let Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay leave Old Trafford, and Sean Goss could be about to follow suit.

That’s according to Sky Sports News, who say that Manchester United have agreed a £500,000 fee with London side Queens Park Rangers for the transfer of the 21-year-old midfielder.

Goss is a boyhood Red, who joined the club back in 2012 on a permanent transfer from Exeter. Despite proving his talents on plenty of occasions for the reserves, he has never been given an opportunity to prove his worth for the first-team, which is obviously a real shame.

Now it looks as though he has taken matters into his own hands in the hunt for regular football, and a move to QPR can only be a good thing for the sake of his career.

Personally, I’m absolutely gutted. He’s been outstanding for our reserve teams for the last couple of seasons, and I’ve always felt he could’ve made it at Manchester United. To see him leave permanently is a real shame, but I understand why this move has had to happen.

I would’ve loved to see a loan deal at first, but it’s a permanent deal, so hopefully, United have been smart about it and stuck some sort of buy-back clause in his contract.

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