- Bruno Fernandes' deal to Man United has entered its final stage as fees have been reportedly agreed for the midfielder
- Reports claim a fee around £67.8m have been agreed for the 25-year-old Sporting Lisbon star
- Solskajer will be delighted with the deal at the Portuguese superstar looks set to fill in the void for injured Pogba
Bruno Fernandes's signing from Sporting Lisbon could get over the line as Man United are set to complete a deal worth £67.8million.
The Premier League club and the Premiera League side have been dragging but a deal seems to be on the cards three days to the end of the January transfer window.
It is understood that the Red Devils will pay an initial fee of £46.6m including add-ons of £8.5m based on appearances and Champions League qualification.
The former league champions could also pay Sporting up to £12.7m more depending on the player hitting less attainable targets.
Fernandes is expected to sign a five-year deal and the 25-year-old midfielder is yet to agree personal terms.
The Portugal international is set for a medical on Thursday, January 30, before he would be unveiled on deadline day.
La Liga side Barcelona have been repeatedly linked with the midfielder and in view to loan him to Valencia as part of a deal to sign Rodrigo.
However United have been on the trail of Fernandes for five years and the Lisbon star has also expressed his desire to play at Old Trafford despite interests from top European clubs.
Fernandes in the United squad will come as a huge boost to Solskjaer who is looking to bolster his team after injuries to Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Scott McTominay.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a group of Man United fans were allegedly throwing flares at the house the club's Chief executive officer Ed Woodward.
In video clip circulating social media a group of restive youths took to the street regarding the team's ownership and their current leadership.
Legit.ng also reported that Sadio Mane is set to miss Liverpool's trip to the London Stadium to take on West ham in their outstanding Premier League match.
The Reds remain unbeaten this season and a win for Jurgen Klopp's side will see them go 19 points clear on top of the table.
Legit.ng added that FA Cup 5th Round draws were conducted and some interesting fixtures emerged as the oldest competition has taken another dimension.
Chelsea will square up against the winner of Liverpool and Shrewsbery Town in what promises to be a cracking contest at Stamford Bridge.
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