According to inFotbal.cz, the goalkeeper flew out for a medical with the German club today ahead of a €6 million transfer.
They report that a deal between Manchester United and Bayer Leverkusen has been ‘definitively reached,’ with the German club poised to pay €6 million for the United youngster.
The agreement includes a variety of variable bonuses that may push the deal over €10 million, and Manchester United battled hard to add a buy-back provision in the form of a right of first refusal on the player in the future.
Ková went out from Manchester on Thursday afternoon to undergo his physical and then sign a long-term contract with the Bundesliga club.
The deal is anticipated to be announced in the coming hours, bringing an end to the 23-year-old’s stint at Manchester United, which began in 2018 when he was brought in from Slovacko’s U19s.