All incoming signings and transfer terms at Man Utd this summer

Manchester United were busy in this summer’s transfer window, with Erik ten Hag adding as many as seven players to his squad this year.

There were also some notable departures in key areas, which forced United’s hand in the market and Ten Hag made it abundantly clear that he wanted reinforcements and the club has delivered in several areas.

We take a look at every incoming transfer this summer and the terms United have brought them to the club on.

Mason Mount
The former Chelsea midfielder was the first signing of the summer, with Ten Hag earmarking him as one of his prime targets early in the window. Brought in to add firepower in midfield, the 24-year-old signed a five-year contract with the option of an additional year.

According to The Athletic, the deal was signed off at £60m between Chelsea and Manchester United, with some of that coming by way of add-ons.

Andre Onana
For a long time, it looked like David de Gea would be signing a two-year deal and extending his 12-year-stay at the club but as the end of the 2022/23 season edged closer, it became increasingly clear that Ten Hag wanted a change.

Onana was handpicked as the perfect fit for the way he wants to play and the Cameroon international joined the club for £47.2m from Inter, according to Sky Sports.

As Mount did, Onana signed a five-year contract plus the option of an additional year, potentially keeping him at the club until 2029.

Rasmus Hojlund
Signing a striker was Ten Hag’s main priority this summer and a number of forwards were linked over the summer but United have gone with a young option with a high ceiling.

Hojlund enjoyed a breakthrough season with Atalanta last season and he will now lead the line for the Reds, the club he grew up supporting. Hojlund has yet to make his debut for the club but it is expected he could be ready to face Arsenal this weekend.

According to the Independent, the Danish international joined the club in a huge £72m package deal, including add-ons, and has also signed a five-year deal with the option of an additional year.

Altay Bayindir
Coming in to replace Dean Henderson as the backup goalkeeper, United look to have landed a bargain signing as Bayindir joins the club for just £4.3m from Fenerbahce, according to the BBC.

Bayindir, who could become the first Turkish player to make an appearance for the Reds, has signed a four-year contract.

Sergio Reguilon
Long-term injuries to both Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia meant United were left scrambling in the market for a solution late on deadline day, with Ten Hag eventually landing on a temporary move for Tottenham defender Sergio Reguilon.

Reguilon has joined the club on a straight loan from Tottenham without an option or obligation to buy, with the player returning to his parent club at the end of this season.

Jonny Evans
United are light at centre-back, with the latest injury to Raphael Varane also forcing the issue for Ten Hag. Evans initially signed a short-term contract to take part in pre-season but after impressing the manager, he has now returned to the club on a full-time basis, signing a one-year contract to add well-needed depth.

Sofyan Amrabat
The Moroccan international was the subject of yet another midfield transfer saga and for a long time, it looked like a deal would never materialise.

Finally, on deadline day, United reached an agreement with Fiorentina for his signing as he joins the club on loan, with United holding the option to buy him outright at the end of the loan.

According to the BBC, United will pay Fiorentina a loan fee of £8.6m and could make the deal permanent for an additional £17.1m plus £4.2m in add-ons.

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