Man Utd finally reached an agreement to sign long-time target


Man Utd finally reached an agreement to sign long-time target Aaron Wan-BissakaManchester 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.

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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.

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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.


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