Manchester United are on a roll in the final days of the transfer window and are set to confirm multiple signings before deadline.
According to The Guardian, Antony completed his medical on Monday and the Red Devils are expected to announce his signing from Ajax today.
The renowned news outlet have mentioned that after agreeing the deal to lure the Brazilian, Man Utd have moved in to agree a deal with Newcastle United to sign Martin Dubravka.
It is reported the Magpies shot stopper would be signed on a season long loan and the move can be made permanent for a fee of £5million.
Fabrizio Romano has claimed the Old Trafford outfit have already agreed personal terms to lure the veteran goalkeeper from the St. James’ Park outfit.
Last season, the Slovakian international featured in 27 games in all competitions for Newcastle, conceded 36 goals and kept eight clean sheets.
However, this season, Eddie Howe’s men have played 5 games and the 33-year-old goalie has not played for even a single minute.
New signing, Nick Pope has mainly played in the Premier League, on the other hand, in the League Cup contest vs Tranmere Rovers last week, Karl Darlow was given the nod to start in the goal.
After the departure of Henderson on loan, United needed to strengthen the goalkeeping department and an experienced player like Dubravka would be a good addition. What do you think?