Man United ‘Have Everything Agreed’ With Sevilla Striker Wissam Ben Yedder

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It has gotten to the point in the transfer window where clubs are beginning to juggle numerous deals. At Manchester United, a relatively disappointing and uneventful early spell means that a good chunk of their business is now piling up.

The deals for Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have to be the first of many at the side. While they are still expected to make multiple midfield signings, the players who may depart their outfit pose an important problem- signing replacements.

Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku are the obvious names slated for departure and the crucial roles they fulfill at the club ensures that the players that come in will have to be incredible in their roles. United may have one such talent lined up.

According to La Colina de Nervion via SportWitness, United are getting serious in their pursuit for Wissam Ben Yedder.


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The same source had earlier claimed that the 28-year-old Frenchman was the primary replacement for Lukaku in the event of a departure. Now the fresh claim indicates that the club has all terms agreed with the player and a move to the Premier League is certain.

Yedder currently plies his trade for Sevilla who value him and his goal-scoring prowess highly. What makes him an attractive prospect despite his age is that he has been a consistent goal-scorer over the years and is currently in his prime.


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The way for the Red Devils to attain him is through an alleged €40 million release clause.

However, the report does state that Lukaku departing need not be a factor in the Frenchman shifting to Old Trafford.

The Belgian striker is most linked with Inter Milan with Antonio Conte eager for his services. However, most reports claim that the price Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and company are demanding for the former Everton man is too high for the Serie A side.

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