Boost as club reach £64.4m agreement to sign replacement for Man United AM prime target

Manchester United may be nearing a deal for Christian Eriksen after reports indicated that Tottenham have reached an agreement to sign a player in his stead.

Dybala has been available in the market since the opening of the window and he was offered to United in a swap deal for Romelu Lukaku.

The Argentinean snubbed a move to Manchester United over contractual disagreements but he is still available in the market.

Meanwhile, Eriksen is in the final year of his contract with Tottenham and he has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid.

The Spanish giants are looking to sign a midfielder but they have made Paul Pogba their top choice for the summer and again, United have ruled against letting the star leave.

While, United have decided to keep Pogba, they have receive a huge boost to sign Eriksen, who will be allowed to leave as a deal for Dybala nears completion.

Sky Sports claim Dybala has agreed personal terms to join Tottenham, with the finalisation of the deal now in sight as both clubs have agreed a £64.4m fee for his transfer.

Dybala would be afforded the opportunity to play in the Champions league if he joins Totttenham.