Ajax CEO Edwin van der Sar believes Anthony will do well at Manchester United given the player’s young age. and has excellent footwork Plus getting to play alongside other famous stars
The 22-year-old Brazilian international move from Ajax to the Theater of Dreams. With an initial fee of 81.3 million pounds (95 million euros) plus add-ons of another 4.27 million pounds when the player market last summer This makes him the fourth most expensive player in Premier League history.
He became the youngest Brazilian to score on his Premier League debut after scoring against Arsenal in early September, becoming the 100th Brazilian player to feature in the Premier League.
“He’s still young, he still has a lot to improve,” Van der Sar said of Anthony via The Athletic.
“Actually we want to keep him with the team for another year – we don’t want to sell him. We already have our money in the bank. But the value received is the highest.
“We challenge United to go as far as we can. They have world-class stars with potential.
Anthony, the attacking footballer on the side of the line under Ajax, gave an interview, hinting at his own future direction after being involved with the name. Manchester United Football Club of the English Premier League football battle undermined in the football market. Throughout the summer,
the 22-year-old has been one of United boss Erik ten Hag’s top transfer targets, but until then he survived. That deal has yet to materialise, with speculation that the value of the offer Ajax.