Manchester United are on the verge of adding three new faces to their squad as the transfer window comes to a close tonight.
According to multiple reports, the club has already sealed two deals, although official confirmations are pending.
Respected Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano has verified that a loan deal is in place for Tottenham’s Sergio Reguilon.
The Spanish left-back has completed his medical and is set to fill the void left by injured players Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia.
Additionally, the Red Devils have struck a €7 million agreement to bring in Turkish goalkeeper Altay Bayindir from Fenerbahce. Initially slated to be confirmed on Wednesday as reported by The Athletic, the announcement is now anticipated to be made today.
Finally, Manchester United’s protracted pursuit of Moroccan midfielder Sofyan Amrabat continues.
A loan offer was recently rejected by Fiorentina, who are asking for a €35 million transfer fee.
The Serie A club is open to a loan but only if Manchester United commit to buying the player at the end of the season.
With both Casemiro aging and Mason Mount nursing an injury, United manager Erik ten Hag is in search of a quality addition to his midfield, and Amrabat fits the bill.