Man Utd fit announce dem next signing in the next 48hours.

Manchester United dun tanda ready to complete the signing of Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka as dem dey expect to get the deal wrapped up by weekend.

The 21-year-old mad gaan for the Eagles last season, as hin earn countless plaudits for hin impressive displays for hin breakthrough campaign. As hin con turn young baller, hin dun become one of the property wey hot pass for English football, as plenty plenty elite clubs dey regularly linked with move for the youngster.

As Daily Mail take yarn am, United o dust commot, the competition, from rivals con land their man for £50m – as e fit rise to £60m – as dem wan sealing the transfer in the next 48 hours. The London Evening Standard carry the story, too.

Now, na something wey be say we fit believe. The switch no be new thing dir town, as the Red Devils dey known to be long-term admirers of the defender.

The Old Trafford outfit dey in need of new full-back, as dem dun lose captain Antonio Valencia earlier for summer, as e be say doubt no dey say dem fit fund dah kyn deal.

Additionally, Palace go dey foolish to reject dah kyn offer wey United dun make for the player wey get only one year ontop hin Premier League experience behind him.

So, high hope and tendency dey say hin move go happen, as e be say all interested parties go benefit wella one way or another if dem add Wan-Bissaka to the Red Devils squad.

If dem capture the starlet e go con fit in with the approach manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wan take as rebuild dey hungry am and to reshape hin stuttering United team.

The Norwegian dun dey prioritise youth, as hin dey focus recruitment on younger footballers – like Daniel James – as hin con dey ensure say genuine pathway dey from the academy into the first-team setup.

Even the time-frame of 48 hours wey Daily Mail dun put on this deal completion no seem unrealistic. The Champions League quarter finalists go dun dey work on the transfer since, with the ‘finer details’ dun set to dey discussed with Wan-Bissaka representatives for coming days.

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