Manchester United may reach an agreement with Crystal Palace to transfer Aaron Wan-Bissaka by the end of the day as they continue to advance in the ongoing negotiations, according to the Times.
The Red Devils concentrated on Wan-Bissaka as the ideal candidate to strengthen their defense in the window of transfers of the summer, after choosing to maintain Antonio Valencia.
Crystal Palace has already rejected an initial bid for Wan-Bissaka and is demanding at least 50 million pounds to cash in on the side this summer.
Despite not making the first move, Manchester United continued to contact the Eagles to try to negotiate a deal.
And it is now said that the Red Devils could come to an agreement with Crystal Palace by the end of the day as they continue to move forward with the ongoing negotiations.
However, it is believed that Manchester United is reluctant to remove the clause attached to the agreement that led Wilfried Zaha back to Selhurst Park in 2015 as part of the Wan-Bissaka talks.
On the other hand, Crystal Palace wants the clause removed or at least reduced so that they do not have to pass 20% of the fee they receive for Zaha if he leaves the club.
Wan-Bissaka made 39 appearances in all competitions last season.
He could travel to Old Trafford to a doctor this week and become the second summer hiring of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, after Daniel James, who joined from Swansea City.