Aaron Wan-Bissaka has finally completed his medical and agreed a five-year deal to sign for Manchester United, according to Sky Sports.
We are yet to hear official news from the club on the news but this is expected imminently.
According to Sky Sports, the England U21 international has completed the necessary paperwork ahead of his move to Old Trafford; he will earn more than £80,000 per week in his deal.
A deal for the youngster has been weeks in the making but it’s great to the move finally get over the line. Wan-Bissaka is one of the most talented young right-backs in world football and we will hopefully see him in a red shirt for years to come.
The young defender will add much needed stability to United’s defence as well as pace in attack. He will be Solskjaer’s second signing of the summer following the transfer of Daniel James from Swansea City.
Sky sources understand Aaron Wan-Bissaka has passed his @ManUtd medical.
All the paperwork has been completed and he has signed five-year contract with option of extra year with wages of “more than £80,000 a week."
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) June 28, 2019