​Manchester United have agreed a fee with Crystal Palace for full back Aaron Wan-Bissaka - with the deal potentially reaching north of £60m with future add-ons considered.


The two clubs have been in negotiations over a deal in recent weeks, with United initially seeing two bids turned down after ​Palace issued disappointment with the structure of payments. 


Talks continued on Wednesday with optimism that an agreement could be struck, and 90min understands a point has now been reached where both clubs are happy with the deal.

It's understood that reports of ​an initial £55m fee being agreed are accurate - according to the noises coming out of Palace, at least - though the deal could surpass £60m in add-ons related to the amount of appearances he makes at ​United, and to the amount of international caps he earns for England.


​Manchester City were reported to be United's closest rivals for the signature of the 21-year-old a number of weeks ago, though are believed to have moved on to other targets after not being too impressed. A deal is rumoured to be close for Juventus' Joao Cancelo, though City do like Max Aarons and Jamal Lewis, who both play for newly promoted ​Norwich City.

United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had identified the England Under-21 international as the club's primary target at right back - despite links with the likes of Aarons and Napoli's Elseid Hysaj in recent days - and was keen for United to press ahead. Solskjaer is also believed to be in the market for one or two central midfielders, a centre half, and a right winger.


Wan-Bissaka made his real breakthrough in the Premier League only last season, and has made 42 appearances in the top flight to date - with 46 for Palace overall. 


He is currently with England's Under-21s at the European Championships, but scored an injury time own goal to condemn his side to a 2-1 defeat against France in his side's opening game.

Upon completion of the deal, Wan-Bissaka would become United's second signing of the summer, following the arrival of Daniel James from Swansea City, and the most expensive English player of all time.