£60m-rated star agree personal terms to join Manchester United after second bid

Man United have launched an improve offer for transfer prime target Aaron Wan-Bissaka and the player has agreed terms to complete the switch, that’s the claim of Italian Journalist Nicolo Schira.

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to bring back glory to United, he has began improving his squad.

Wan-Bissaka broke into the first team of Crystal Palace in the second half of last season and he has steadily improved upon his game. Solskjaer is said to be pleased with the progress and development of the 21-year-old and he wants him at Old Trafford.

United had offered  £40m to Palace for the player but the same bid was rejected as he is valued for £60m. And now, Schira, who works for Gazetta dello Sport, claims the 21-year-old has agreed personal terms after United returned with an improved offer.

United are also linked with the signing of Thomas Meunier but top on their list for the right back position is Wan-Bissaka, who is already familiar with the Premier League.

The Red Devils have already signed Daniel James from Swansea and if this deal for Wan-Bissaka goes through, he’ll be the second summer signing of the season.