Aaron Wan-Bissaka is set to undergo a medical at Manchester United ahead of his £55m move from Crystal Palace.
The full back, who will become Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's second signing of the summer following the £15m capture of Daniel James from Swansea, will travel to the club's Carrington training ground as soon as he's returned from international duty with England's Under-21s.
Aidy Boothroyd's side have already crashed out of the European Championships following losses to France, in which Wan-Bissaka scored a last-minute own goal, and Romania in the group stage, with one dead-rubber to be played out against Croatia on Monday night.
And, according Goal
Though his exploits in this summer's tournament have not made for particularly good viewing - indeed, he was somewhat controversially left out of the starting XI for that Romania loss following that gaffe - his performances for Palace
He was rewarded with the Eagles' Player of the Season award, upon which boss Roy Hodgson declared: “He’s been outstanding. He had a baptism of fire over a year ago now, playing three of the top six teams in his first games.
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"He’s been so good in all of the games. He’s a complete full-back as far as I’m concerned.”
And, with £55m on the table, the Red Devils