Facudo Pellistri’s Agent Discuss Player’s Future Amid Links To Various Clubs

Kingsley Ikechi
Facundo Pellistri’s agent provides update on his future at the English club side.

The Uruguayan youngster is only but 21 and made his World Cup debut for his country at the just concluded Qatar 2022 World Cup.

Pellistri has been at United as of since October 2020 although he’s made his mark at the academy level but he’s yet to play at the Premier League as there are a lot of options to be considered before him.

The Uruguayan attacker made his debut with the senior side at the FA Cup against Charlton where he provided an assist for a goal in just 13minutes of football.

Facundo Pellistri’s agent drew United’s attention to the player saying his client needs to be playing regular football after opening up on the winger’s future.

According to his agent Edgardo Lasalvia, Pellistri’s game time is still insufficient. In an interview with Uruguayan media outlet Sport 890, Lasalvia explained how he sees his client’s career progressing from here onwards.

“It’s clear to us that Manchester United want Facu Pellistri to stay at the club, one of the greatest in the world. However, we need him to play. There are many options in Europe for him.”

The 21-year-old looks to have a lot of potentials as he was positive for his countryside during the World Cup. He might not break into United’s eleven but will sure announce himself some time in the future.

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