The deal, thought to be for a fee in the region of £50m, will see the right-back earn £90,000-a-week at Old Trafford. Despite the South London club wanting United to remove the 25% sell-on clause in Wilfried Zaha’s contract, it’s understood that the clause will stay in-tact.
According to the Manchester Evening News, the initial sum will be £45m with a further £5m in add-ons making the fee for Wan-Bissaka rise to £50m. Wan-Bissaka will reportedly undergo a medical at United in the next 24 hours and should it be successful, the England U21 international will become Ole Gunnar Solskjær‘s second signing this summer.
The two signings United have made so far, Daniel James and Wan-Bissaka, are both capable of playing on the right, showing the club have rightly seen the glaring weakness within the squad that fans have seen for so long. The chase for a central defender and midfielder is set to kick-on with the AWB deal complete and the Standard say ‘at least’ three more arrivals are expected before the summer draws to a close, so let the mayhem begin.
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