Man Utd have ‘everything agreed’ for transfer of €40m Sevilla striker

It looks like there has been movement in Manchester United’s proposed move for Sevilla striker Wissam Ben Yedder.

La Colina de Nervion, as translated by Sport Witness, now claim the Reds have ‘everything agreed’ ready for the Frenchman to move to Old Trafford.

The report claims PSG and Barcelona are both interested in signing Ben Yedder, but his likely destination is England to play in the Premier League.

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Ben Yedder’s move is likely to depend on whether the Reds can agree on a deal to sell Romelu Lukaku, with Serie A giants Inter Milan likely suitors.

However, even if Lukaku stays at Old Trafford this summer, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still said to be keen on bringing the 28-year-old to the club, albeit in a less important role.

Ben Yedder represents a different type of attacking option to Lukaku, but is equally as effective in front of goal.

The Frenchman scored 30 goals in 53 matches for Sevilla last season, and with a buyout clause of €40m he is surely someone the Reds should be looking to sign this summer.

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