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Sources: Man Utd set to sign £50m Wan-Bissaka

ESPN FC's Mark Ogden examines the state of Manchester United, including how transfer spending has continued to lessen under the Glazer family.
Craig Burley looks at the latest transfer rumours, including Manchester United reloading their star power with Jadon Sancho and Neymar.
Raf Honigstein and Craig Burley discuss the impact Manchester United's reported summer budget of £100 million will have on their summer plans.
The numbers do not lie: Paul Pogba was Manchester United's best player during the 2018-19 Premier League season.

Manchester United have agreed a £50 million deal to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka after making significant progress in talks with Crystal Palace on Tuesday, sources have told ESPN FC.

An offer for the 21-year-old right-back has been accepted by Palace and negotiations are far enough along for United to organise a medical at Carrington this week.

- When does the transfer window close?

United will pay £45m up front with an extra £5m in add-on fees.

Wan-Bissaka, who has returned from the Under-21...

Sources: Arsenal set to win €25m Saliba race

William Saliba is set to join Arsenal from Saint-Etienne.

Arsenal are poised to make France under-19 defender William Saliba their first signing of the summer in a €25 million deal, sources have told ESPN FC.

Arsenal and Saint-Etienne have almost reached an agreement for the promising 18-year-old, who is tall, quick, strong and excellent on the ball.

- When does the transfer window close?

Saliba, who fits with Arsenal's new recruitment strategy of young, promising players like Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi, will stay on loan at Saint-Etienne...

Man Utd want talent experts in France, Spain

ESPN FC's Mark Ogden examines the state of Manchester United, including how transfer spending has continued to lessen under the Glazer family.
Craig Burley looks at the latest transfer rumours, including Manchester United reloading their star power with Jadon Sancho and Neymar.
Raf Honigstein and Craig Burley discuss the impact Manchester United's reported summer budget of £100 million will have on their summer plans.
The numbers do not lie: Paul Pogba was Manchester United's best player during the 2018-19 Premier League season.

Manchester United are looking to hire talent spotters to find "world class" players in France and Spain.

The club are advertising vacancies for two first team scouts to scour La Liga and Ligue 1 as they press on with their rebuild both on and off the pitch.

- When does the transfer window close?

The successful candidates, who will report to the head of scouting operations Steve Brown, will be tasked with "identifying world class and emerging talent for the club, ensuring a talent pipeline and a...

Sources: Spurs close to signing Ndombele

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says Christian Eriksen is inching closer to joining Real Madrid by expressing his desire to leave Tottenham this summer.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Alejandro Moreno agree that Tottenham's Harry Kane will have to make a move in order to fulfill his true potential.
Craig Burley rates the latest transfer rumours, including Tottenham's summer plans, Man United's right-back search and Mohamed Salah's future.

Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele is edging closer to signing for Tottenham, sources have told ESPN FC.

Talks between Spurs and Lyon progressed well this week and both clubs are optimistic that the deal will happen despite being yet to agree on a transfer fee.

- When does the transfer window close?

Lyon want a package worth €80 million, including bonuses, but Spurs, who made an initial offer of €45m, are willing to pay €60m plus an additional €15m -- an offer which should be...

Silva: I am leaving Manchester City this season

After renewing his contract with Man City, Kyle Walker describes how he's developed under Pep Guardiola and his hunger for more silverware. Via Man City

Manchester City midfielder David Silva has said he will leave the Premier League champions at the end of the 2019-20 season.

Asked if he would stay beyond next season, the 33-year-old was quoted as saying by the BBC: "No, this is the last one.

"Ten years for me is enough. It's the perfect time for me.

"Initially, City were talking about two years, but I decided to sign [for] another one, so I finished at 10 years.

"It completes the cycle. It's a nice round figure. I can never see myself playing...