“Here we go is really imminent” – Fabrizio Romano has shared huge Man Utd transfer update

Manchester United have reached an agreement with Bologna striker Joshua Zirkzee as Fabrizio Romano suggests the Dutchman ‘can’t wait’ to become the new Red Devils player.

Zirkzee is set to complete Man United’s striker lineup ahead of the new season as he looks to partner Rasmus Hojlund up front in the new campaign.

United are now considered favourites to sign the Netherlands international, despite the long-standing interest from AC Milan, who were reportedly reluctant to meet Zirkzee’s agent, Kia Joorabchian’s, demands over a commission fee.

According to Romano, personal terms between Zirkzee and Man United have now been agreed, while the Red Devils are yet to decide how to proceed with the striker’s transfer from Bologna.

The Italian football insider suggests United could either pay his £34m release clause in full or negotiate a payment over several instalments over three to five years.

It remains to be seen if Bologna would be willing to negotiate with United over a newly-structured deal – the Serie A outfit are facing a significant rebuild to replace their biggest stars this summer.

After parting ways with manager Thiago Motta, who left to join Juventus, Bologna are now set to lose two of their key players in Zirkzee and defender Riccardo Calafiori.



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