Manchester United's pursuit to sign right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace is set to reach a satisfying conclusion, as a report from the Daily Record claims that the Red Devils have agreed a fee of £55 million with the Eagles for the 21-year-old's transfer.
Wan-Bissaka, who is thought to have informed Palace of his desire to leave, remains Solskjaer's primary target, but the boss is hesitant to meet Palace's asking price of £60m, given there are so many other areas in the squad that he needs to spend heavily on.
At the same time, they want what they consider market value for their academy product and a much bigger fee up front with less of the deal dependent on his future achievements.
The former Premier League champions have made two separate bids for the England junior global and those bids were knocked back by the Eagles.
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We await positive confirmation from the club.
This is a positive step in the right direction, especially if the deal can be completed by the end of the week.
England crumbled to a dramatic 2-1 defeat to France in their European Under-21 Championship opener on Tuesday after having Hamza Choudhury sent off after a bad challenge on Jonathan Bamba. A poor game last night did not stop United pushing ahead for his signature.