Man Utd agree fee for one signing, agree terms for another – What’s left explained


Manchester United are working on securing multiple signings to improve their central defense and the latest reports are intriguing.

Man Utd have agreed a fee with Lille for the signing of Leny Yoro, on the other hand, they have agreed personal terms with Matthijs de Ligt.

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We look at latest updates in the media explaining what’s left for the signings to be completed.

As per MEN, the Red Devils have a bid accepted for Yoro and a contract agreed with De Ligt, still, they are pushing to sign Branthwaite from Everton to complete the overhaul at the back.

As far as the Dutch international is concerned, Man Utd have to reach an agreement with Bayern Munich to get the signing done.

According to a story published by AZ today, ‘the only thing missing is an agreement on the transfer fee.’

The Bavarians are demanding a fee worth 50 million euros and reports have even indicated that United are ready to meet the asking fee.

Now that the European Championships are over, the signing can be concluded swiftly.

On the other hand, Yoro’s deal is much more complicated even though Man Utd have agreed a fee with Lille to sign him.

As per today’s version of AS, the French starlet is wanted by United but, his desire is to move to Real Madrid.

The Los Blancos can even wait to hire his services on a free transfer next summer.

For the latest updates, watch this space.

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