Aaron Wan-Bissaka To Be Confirmed As Manchester United's Second

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The Norwegian has adopted a transfer policy of investing in youth having signed Daniel James earlier in the summer and Aaron Wan-Bissaka said to be all but confirmed.

Manchester United are set to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka for £45mn from Crystal Palace as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer adds a second player to his squad who fits his desired profile of a youngster with potential.

However, worry not, we've got you covered as we recap all that has taken place on the way towards what will is set to be one of the biggest Premier League deals this summer.

The England Under-21 worldwide has sealed a £50million move to Old Trafford, becoming the Red Devils' fifth most expensive signing of all time.

Manchester United finished sixth last season, meaning they will be relegated to the lower tier European competition the Europa League this season.

The Old Trafford giants are believed to be working to make more additions that complement the current squad on the back of the deal for Wan-Bissaka, who is looking to put a hard few weeks behind him.

The 21-year-old is a fearless defender and likes to attack, and this blend of skills caught United's eye.

The England U-21 global is inches away from sealing his move to United with reports from the club indicating the defender only has his medicals to complete before the deal is done. Palace was most concerned with the amount of deferred and add-on payments, wanting more up front which Manchester United executive Ed Woodward eventually conceded to.

There is a belief within Old Trafford that a deal can be struck with Palace for their academy graduate.

"Ultimately, that's the first thing Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] had to do - to work out who was going to be ready for the club moving forward".

"He just comes in, does what he has to do, plays his game, plays well and goes home".

Even if the two clubs were at this point some way off in their valuation of the player, it didn't prevent the Wan-Bissaka holding talks with the Old Trafford hierarchy.

Torreira has been most heavily linked with AC Milan and although they do admire him, he is not a focus of their attention - the Rossoneri know the asking price would be prohibitive and have other targets.

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