- Bruno Fernandes has reportedly agreed a five-year deal with Manchester United
- The Sporting CP star is believed to have also agreed to a £100,000-a-week deal
- Fernandes' release clause is £85 million but United are ready to pay £51 million
Sporting Lisbon skipper, Bruno Fernandes, has reportedly agreed to a contract deal that will see him switch to Premier League outfits Manchester United for a whopping £51 million.
The Portuguese star has been in the news since reports of him being a top January transfer target for Manchester United flickered.
The cloud is now getting clear over his potential switch to Premier League, with insider source revealing the ace skipper has agreed terms with the Red Devils.
According to UK Sun, United are ready to make the Portuguese their first major signing in a deal that will tie him with Old Trafford till 2025.
Fernandes has also been reportedly offered a wage worth £100,000-a-week and £5million-a-year as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopes to bolster his squad with the 25-year-old's presence.
But reports from Portugal claim that Manchester United are still trying to break down the price of the skipper who has £85million release clause in his contract with Lisbon side.
In a desperate bid to have the Sporting CP star, Solskjaer is reported to have put Marcos Rojo in a deal that will see Fernandes land Old Trafford before the January transfer closes.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Chelsea have completed their first January signing after wrapping up a deal for Norwegian wonderkid Bryan Fiabema.
The teenager is understood to have had met with his new teammates at Stamford Bridge after Saturday’s win over Burnley.
However, rather than joining the first-team squad, the promising youngster will instead link up with Chelsea's academy team as he continues his development.
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