Manchester United are pressing to seal three signings before the transfer deadline ends tonight. As per reports, two deals have been agreed but yet to be officially confirmed.
Italian transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano, has confirmed that Tottenham left back, Sergio Reguilon, has an agreement with the Red Devils, his medical is complete, and will be joining on loan.
The Spanish international is being lured to reinforce the LB position in the absence of Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia.
On the other hand, Man Utd have already agreed a deal worth 7 million euros to sign Turkish shot stopper, Altay Bayindir, from Fenerbahce.
The move was expected to be confirmed on Wednesday (The Athletic) but we can now expect an announcement today.
Last but not the least is the long going transfer saga surrounding the future of Sofyan Amrabat.
The Old Trafford outfit have been trying to sign the Moroccan international for some time and have recently failed with a loan offer.
Fiorentina are demanding a fee of 35 million euros for the permanent transfer of the Atlas Lions star and will only agree on a loan deal if there is an obligation to purchase for United at the end of the season.
With Casemiro past his prime and Mason Mount out injured, Erik ten Hag needs a proven quality star in the center of the park and Amrabat would be a top signing.
For the latest transfer updates, watch this space.