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EPL: Chris Smalling leaves Man United for new club on transfer deadline day

ENGLAND – Manchester United have reached an agreement with AS Roma for the transfer of defender, Chris Smalling on a permanent basis.

Man United disclosed this in a statement via its official website on Monday night.

Smalling was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson in 2010 from Fulham.

The England centre-back went on to make 323 appearances for Man United, scoring 18 goals.

Meanwhile, Manchester United also confirmed the signing of centre-back, Willy Kambwala, from Ligue 2 club, Sochaux.

Kambwala, 16, has represented Sochaux Under-19 level and has captained France’s Under-17.

The defender will join Neil Ryan’s Under-18 squad once his mandatory period of self-isolation is complete.

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