Manchester United agree loan deal for Martin Dubravka

Manchester United agree loan deal for Martin Dubravka
Manchester United and Newcastle United have an agreement in principle to sign their goalkeeper Martin Dubravka on a loan for £5 million, and both organisations expect to complete transactions before the transfer window closes.

Additionally, the Red Devils are anticipated to pay £85 million to sign Ajax winger Antony, who is set to be introduced on Tuesday after passing his medical.

On Monday, the 22-year-old Brazilian travelled to Manchester, and the successful medical procedure was completed that evening. And according to sources, after Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku, he would be the player with the third-highest salary in the club's history thanks to his £85 million contract.

According to Sky Sports, personal terms have already been agreed with the player, who will reunite with Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford.

United have been keen to sign a goalkeeper to pose stiff rivalry for David de Gea following the departure on a loan deal of Dean Henderson to Nottingham Forest, and initially targeted Eintracht Frankfurt’s Kevin Trapp.

When the former Paris Saint-Germain player rejected the chance to move to Old Trafford, ten Hag, turned his attention to Dubravka, who has found his starting place at Newcastle taken by Nick Pope. Karl Darlow was also selected ahead of him for the recent Carabao Cup victory against Tranmere.

Personal terms have been agreed with the Slovak, Dubravka and United expect to complete a deal, which will include an option to buy the 33-year-0ld Slovakia international for £5m, before the transfer deadline on Thursday.

In other news, Edinson Cavani has joined Valencia on a free after his Manchester United contract expired earlier this summer. The 35-year-old forward has agreed a two-year deal with the Spanish side and was in attendance for their 1-0 home defeat to Atlético Madrid on Monday night.
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