- Aaron Wan-Bissaka has accepted to join Manchester United from Crystal Palace
- The 21-year-old reportedly agreed a five-year contract with the Old Trafford outfit
- Wan-Bissaka is favoured to replace Antonio Valencia who was released last season
Aaron Wan-Bissaka has reportedly reached a contract agreement with Manchester United, reports claim.
The Crystal Palace right-back has been tipped to succeed departed United captain Antonio Valencia in right-back position.
According to Italian journalist Nicolo Schira, the Red Devils have agreed a five-year contract with the 21-year-old.
And Schira added that it is now left for both the London and the Manchester clubs to settle the transfer fee.
United had initially offered £40million rejected by Crystal Palace, who are holding out for £60million.
“It's confirmed!” Schira wrote on Twitter. “Manchester United want to close for Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
“He is the first choice of Solskjaer as a RB.
“Agreement with him for a contract until 2024.
“Now Red Devils are talking with Crystal Palace to finalise the deal.”
Wan-Bissaka has enjoyed a remarkable season at Selhurst Park since making his Crystal Palace debut in February 2018.
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He was named the club’s player of the season in April after making 39 appearances in all competitions.
Eagles boss Roy Hodgson said: “He's been outstanding.
“He had a baptism of fire over a year ago now, playing three of the top six teams in his first games.
“He's been so good in all of the games.
“He's a complete fullback as far as I'm concerned and I'm very glad we have him and delighted for him and his family that he's here for this award tonight.”
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Daniel James is set to have his medicals ahead of a summer move to Manchester United from Swansea.
The Welsh international is currently preparing for his country's Euro 2020 qualification double-header against Croatia and Hungary.
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