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Done Deal: Manchester United have agreed terms on another transfer



Manchester Unite dhav been busy in the transfer market already this summer with Memphis Depay agreeing a deal and passing his medical this month. But you sense that this is just the start and The Daily Mail reports that Manchester United have agreed another deal on Tuesday.

United did agree terms for a new goalkeeper on Tuesday when highly-rated Belgian Ilias Moutha Sebtaoui joined from Standard Liege.

Just 16, the goalkeeper was apparently tracked by a load of clubs, including Tottenham and Newcastle, but Manchester United have stolen in to do a deal.

And United have apparently been busy with keeper contracts as the same source states that Manchester United will also bring in 18 year old Serbian stopper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic from Vojvodina to be the third choice keeper at the club next season. Milinkovic-Savic was signed last season but remained at his club on loan.

And, in a flurry of early summer activity, Manchester United could be about to sign another young prospect before too long with the selling club keen to bring in some cash:

FC Twente are hoping to alleviate some of their financial worries by selling starlet Bilal Ould-Chikh to Manchester United.

The 17 year is a Holland U19 international winger who can operate on either flank and apparently wowed scouts in the U17 European Championship earlier this year.

Of course, barring Wayne Rooney-esque miracles, none of these players will be expecting serious first team action any time soon. But it represents another encouraging sign that Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is looking to create a lasting legacy at Old Trafford rather than simply put together a winning senior team before riding off into the sunset.

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