Manchester United is attempting to sign three players before the transfer deadline expires tonight. According to sources, two transactions have been agreed upon but have yet to be officially verified.
Fabrizio Romano, an Italian transfer analyst, has revealed that Tottenham left defender Sergio Reguilon has agreed to join the Red Devils, that his physical is complete, and that he will join on loan.
In the absence of Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia, the Spanish international is being courted to fill the LB position.
Man United, on the other hand, have already agreed to pay Fenerbahce 7 million euros for Turkish goalkeeper Altay Bayindir.
The move was supposed to be announced on Wednesday (The Athletic), but we may now expect it today.
Last but not least is the ongoing transfer controversy involving Sofyan Amrabat’s future.
The Red Devils have been attempting to sign the Moroccan international for some time, but a loan offer has lately fallen through.
Fiorentina are demanding 35 million euros for the permanent move of the Atlas Lions player and will only agree to a loan deal if United have an obligation to buy at the conclusion of the season.
Erik ten Hag needs a proven quality star in the center of the park with Casemiro beyond his prime and Mason Mount out injured, and Amrabat would be a good signing.
Keep an eye on this space for the most recent transfer news.