Aaron Wan-Bissaka has reportedly agreed a five-year deal to join Manchester United this summer.
According to reports from La Gazette dello Sport journalist Nicolo Schira, as cited on the Daily Star, the defender has agreed personal terms to join Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
Wan-Bissaka has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent days and according to Schira, all that is left to be agreed is a fee between both clubs.
Palace are unlikely to allow the defender to leave on the cheap on the back of a stunning season at Selhurst Park.
Wan-Bissaka is currently under contract with Palace until 2022, leaving the club in a strong position to demand big money for his services from the Manchester club.
United have been linked with bids in the region of £60 million as they look to secure a long-term replacement for Antonio Valencia.
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While his injury may cast doubts over a move, Reece James looks ready for the Premier League and is highly rated at Chelsea.
The Norwich defender impressed during the club’s promotion to the Premier League and could be a good long-term investment.
Tom Edwards is highly rated by Stoke City and could attract interest this summer after they missed out on promotion last season.
Kenny Lala has enjoyed a great season with Strasbourg in Ligue 1 and looks set for a big move this summer.