Bruno Fernandes 'set For Man Utd Medical' After Transfer Agreement
Bruno Fernandes is set and ready to fly to the united kingdom to ensure a Manchester United medical ahead of expected move according to a reports in Italy.
Corriere dello Sport claimed the Red Devils have accept a £63m fee with Sporting Lisbon to land the free-scoring playmaker.
They say the previous Sampdoria and Udinese midfielder is prepared to complete an old trafford medical protocol to nail down a large move.
It is understood the move won't impact Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's bid to sign midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, but only if transfer solely set to travel through if Paul Pogba departs.
Fernandes is being heavily tipped to form the move to old trafford once impressing for Sporting Lisbon last season.
Despite United distancing themselves from reports, it's currently being claimed the move is about to happening once Fernandes and Sporting Lisbon chiefs have hinted at serious interest to confirm the star Imminent move ahead of next season.
Fernandes has talked up of his intention to move to Premier League and refused to rule out their friendly draw with sporting Lisbon in period being his last game for the Portuguese club ahead of his departure.
Fernandes said: "Will this be the last match for Sporting? I don't grasp, it's the coach that decides.
"I told you before I'd prefer to play in Premiership league, however I don't care concerning it straight away.
"If it may be this season? It could be once the club decides, I'm not guilty."
Meanwhile, his manager, Marcel Keizer, hinted he might leave before the closing of the summer transfer window.
"It would be enough on behalf of me said by the coach also At all times, before beginning, one expects exits and entrances. we've got to attend.
"We need to stay the most effective, however we're within the market.
"Soon we've got to attend. we have a tendency to aren't within the position wherever we are able to keep everybody.
"It depends, of course, on what enters later if Bruno leaves. Quality players like that we have a tendency to can't replace."