Manchester United will reportedly wrap up their second signing as quick as this week with Aaron Wan-Bissaka expected to undergo his medical for the club ahead of his 55 million move to the Theatre Of Dreams.
Wan-Bissaka will apparently make way directly to the Carrington training ground post-England’s U-21 European Championships in Italy.
The right-back did not have the best of time during International duty with the country suffering losses against France and Romania. The youngster had scored an own goal in the dying moments of the game against France which cost them the match. Wan-Bissaka was controversially dropped for the next game following the mistake.
The Three Lions will play another game against Croatia before heading back home. Despite not making an impression at the European Championships, he proved his point earlier in the season by having a phenomenal campaign which drew praise from his Roy Hodgson.
The 21-year-old was also crowned as Crystal Palace’s player of the year following his antics down the right wing for the Eagles. Wan-Bissaka is a crucial signing for the Red Devils as the club are on the lookout for a right back following Ashley Young’s poor performances during the previous season.
Having rejected a couple of initial deals, the clubs seem to have reached an accord for the 45 million sum with the amount expected to rise up to 55 million with add-ons.
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