Manchester United is on a run in the final days of the transfer window, with many signings expected before the deadline.
Antony passed his physical on Monday, according to The Guardian, and the Red Devils are likely to confirm his signing from Ajax today.
Following the agreement to recruit the Brazilian, Manchester United has moved in to agree on a deal with Newcastle United to sign Martin Dubravka, according to the renowned news outlet.
According to reports, the Magpies shot-stopper will be hired on a season-long loan with the option of making the transfer permanent for a cost of £5 million.
According to Fabrizio Romano, the Old Trafford club has already signed personal terms with the experienced goalkeeper from St. James’ Park.
Last season, the Slovakian international appeared in 27 games for Newcastle in all competitions, conceding 36 goals and keeping eight clean sheets.
However, Eddie Howe’s team has only played five games this season, and the 33-year-old goaltender has not played a single minute.
New acquisition Nick Pope has mostly featured in the Premier League; but, in the League Cup match against Tranmere Rovers last week, Karl Darlow was given the start in goal.
After loaning out Henderson, United wanted to bolster their goalkeeping department, and an experienced player like Dubravka would be an excellent addition. What are your thoughts?