Manchester United are expected to officially agree a deal for Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the next 48 hours.
Reports that emerged on Wednesday suggested that United and Crystal Palace had agreed on a transfer fee for the right-back.
The price in question was said to be around £55 million – a valuation that would make Wan-Bissaka the most expensive full-back in the history of the game.
Now, the Daily Mail have shed light on how the negotiations are expected to proceed from here on.
As per the English outlet, representatives of both the clubs are scheduled to meet within the next 48 hours, thereby indicating that a deal is very close.
The report further adds that the fee agreed is, in fact, around £60 million, and the aforementioned meeting will be used to iron out the finer details of the transfer.
As long as there are no last-minute hitches, parties of both the clubs are expected to leave the meeting with a complete agreement in place.
However, with the 21-year-old on international duty, it remains to be seen whether the England U21s manager, Aidy Boothroyd, allows Wan-Bissaka to leave the national camp to complete his switch to Old Trafford.