Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes has finally agreed personal terms with Manchester United, MySportDab reports.
The Sporting Lisbon star is the Red Devils’ top transfer target for the January window and Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has demanded for the transfer.
Fernandes has impressed as expected for Sporting, taking his goals to 15 with a brace in the 3-1 victory over Setubal on Saturday night.
And his impressive displays for Sporting has sparked United’s interest in the player, with the Red Devils desperately hoping to get a deal for the player as soon as possible.
Manchester United believe his goal ability and creative thinking will benefit the team, with Solskjaer particularly keen on a deal.
Both Jesse Lingard and Juan Mata have struggled for United in the No 10 position so far this season.
And now, According to Italian Journalist Nicolo Schira, United and Fernandes have agreed personal terms.
#BrunoFernandes has agreed personal terms with #ManchesterUnited for a contract until 2025 with a wages of €6M a year as he nears a move from #Sporting. The clubs are in talks to finalize the deal in the next days. #transfers #MUFC
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) January 12, 2020
Nicolo Schira wrote on Twitter: “Bruno Fernandes has agreed personal terms with Manchester United for a contract until 2025 with wages of €6m a year as he nears a move from Sporting.
“The clubs are still in talks to finalise the transfer in the next days.”
We await official confirmation from Manchester United or Sporting Lisbon.
Fernandes was heavily linked with a move to United in the summer but ended up staying at Sporting instead.
The 25-year-old has is now top of Solskjaer’s transfer wishlist after United gave up hope of signing James Maddison and Jack Grealish this January transfer window.