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Vanja Milinkovic joins Man United

Manchester United have finally completed the signing of goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic from FK Vojvodina, both clubs have announced.

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In May, United had announced that they had agreed a deal for Milinkovic, 17, and the Serbian club have now confirmed on their official website that the transfer has now been completed, with a fee of 1.75 million euros to be paid in the coming days.

The Serbia under-19 international will be loaned back to Vojvodina for the coming season before making the move to Manchester.

In quotes reported on United's official website, Vojvodina president Zoran Scepanovic said: "After lengthy talks that have taken place over the past month, we have finally completed negotiations on Monday and we can officially inform the public that our young and promising goalkeeper has joined Manchester United.

"He will remain in Vojvodina for the next year, where he will be under the supervision of our experts and coaches from the English football giants, while continuing to train and perform in the jersey of his home club. This is an opportunity to thank everyone who participated in the realisation of this transfer."

He added that the English club had shown a "very correct attitude" during the process.

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