Manchester United have finally reached an agreement with Crystal Palace over the signing of Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
As per The Guardian, an initial fee of £45 million has been agreed between the two English clubs, along with add-ons that could take the final price up to around £50m.
Meanwhile, new updates continue to emerge, with the latest shedding light on the contract that will be signed by the talented right-back.
The developments indicate that Wan-Bissaka is all set to sign a five-year deal at the Old Trafford club, with the option to extend by another year.
His salary will be close to £80,000-per-week, and the Mancunians are expected to officially announce this signing on Thursday.
As of now, sources reveal that Wan-Bissaka has landed in Manchester after returning from international duty, in order to complete his medical and officially put pen to paper.
With this signing in the bag, the Red Devils are now expected to shift their focus onto recruiting an attacking midfielder and a centre-back.
Sporting Lisbon’s Bruno Fernandes appears to be the most likely candidate that Manchester United will pursue next, but the situation regarding a central defensive signing remains unclear.