Manchester United have finally reached an agreement to pay a transfer sum of £50 million for the signing of their long-time target,Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace.
Ole Gunnar is keen on strengthening his back-line this summer by bringing in a right-back and a centre-back. And with a new transfer recruitment policy in place, the Red Devils earmarked Crystal Palace’s Aaron Wan-Bissaka as their number one choice to fill the right-back spot.
The England U-21 international impressed everyone with his performances for the Eagles last season and was one of the contenders for the PFA Young Player of the Year award.
Reports had been on air over the last weeks stating a deal between the two clubs worth £55 million was agreed, but reliable sources claimed the two clubs were yet to agree on a certain fee.
However, new report coming from David Ornstein of the BBC, says that Manchester United have now agreed to table £50 million fee for 21-year-old with his wages estimated to be around £80,000 a week.
There were reports that Crystal Palace were trying to lower the 25% sell-on clause in Wilfred Zaha’s contract in the deal for Wan-Bissaka.
Ornstein however suggests that the Red Devils will retain the release clause. The Crystal Palace right-back will move to Carrington for his imminent medical in the coming days before he leaves for his holiday.