LONDON (Reuters) – Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace on a long-term contract, the BBC reported yesterday.
The report added that the deal would be worth 50 million pounds ($63.46 million) with the England under-21 international set to travel to Old Trafford for a medical shortly.
The 21-year-old, who had three years left on his Palace contract, started 35 Premier League games for the club last season as they finished 12th.
Wan-Bissaka is set to be the second new arrival at Old Trafford in the close season as manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to overhaul the squad after a disappointing sixth-placed finish.
They have already signed Wales international winger Daniel James from Championship side Swansea City.