Manchester United has agreed on a fee that could rise to £85 million ($99 million) to sign Ajax’s Brazilian winger Antony, reports said Monday.
The Premier League giants have consented to pay £80.75 million, with a further £4.25 million in additional items, the BBC, Sky Sports, and other British media expressed in front of the exchange window shutting on Thursday.
The 22-year-old Antony could be the second player to follow United director Erik ten Hag from the Dutch bosses to Old Trafford following the appearance of safeguard Lisandro Martinez.
Tyrell Malacia, Martinez, Christian Eriksen, and Casemiro have shown up to this point this mid year and Ten Hag is expecting to keep Cristiano Ronaldo, notwithstanding the Portuguese needing to pass on to play Champions League football.
The 37-year-old was on the seat for United’s 1-0 win at Southampton on Saturday prior to showing up in the final part.
Joined stays determined that the five-time Ballon d’Or victor isn’t available to be purchased in the second time of his second spell with the club.
“We played with him, so we believe that he should remain. We need that. I trust so,” Ten Hag said.
Joined will endeavor to win a third progressive Premier League match at Leicester City on Thursday, hours before the exchange window shuts down at 2200 GMT.