Utd reaches a broad settlement to recruit Lisandro Martinez for 55 million euros

Manchester United have reached a broad settlement with Ajax on the signing of Lisandro Martinez, perceive 90min.

The Red Devils have beforehand positioned two bids on the Argentine, who can play center-back, full-back and in a midfield function, and have been eager to shut a deal as quickly as potential with curiosity from Arsenal.

Ajax have been agency in negotiations with United and have tried to push up the value on a number of events, however Erik ten Hag’s want to take him to Old Trafford has seen talks proceed.

90min understands {that a} broad settlement has now been reached between United and Ajax, the place the 13-time Premier League winners comply with pay a payment of 55 million euros for the 24-year-old – 50 million euros in assured funds and 5 million euros as well as. .

Ajax had hoped to push United nearer to 60 million euros, however Martinez has made his want to maneuver more and more well-known within the final 48 hours – maybe prompting an settlement.

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90min additional understands that talks are underway for the Brazilian ahead Antony, who can be of curiosity to Premier League rivals Chelsea, however the two golf equipment are nonetheless far aside of their valuation. Ajax need 80 million euros for the 22-year-old and at this stage a deal isn’t near being agreed.

United are additionally attempting to push via a transfer for Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong, however they’ve struggled to make any progress within the negotiations – to the extent that CEO Richard Arnold and soccer supervisor John Murtough flew to Spain earlier this week to strive to interrupt the useless finish.

There can be hope that Christian Eriksen will put the pen on a three-year contract quickly – 90min understands that he has chosen to go to United as a substitute of staying in Brentford.

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