Two deals agreed, Man Utd press to seal three signings today

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Before the transfer deadline expires tonight, Manchester United is frantically trying to complete three acquisitions. Two deals, according to reports, have been reached but have not yet been formally verified.

Sergio Reguilon, a Tottenham left back, has a contract with the Red Devils, his medical is over, and he will be arriving on loan, according to Italian transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano.

Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia are out of the lineup, therefore the Spanish international is being courted to bolster the LB position.

On the other hand, Man Utd and Fenerbahce have already reached an agreement for 7 million euros to sign Turkish custodian Altay Bayindir.

According to The Athletic, the decision was supposed to be confirmed on Wednesday, but we may now anticipate hearing about it today.

Last but not least, there is the ongoing transfer controversy involving Sofyan Amrabat’s future.

The Old Trafford team has been attempting to sign the Moroccan international for a while, but a loan bid recently fell through.

Fiorentina wants 35 million euros to sign the Atlas Lions star permanently and will only agree to a loan agreement if United is required to buy the player at the end of the current campaign.

Erik ten Hag needs a proven quality player in the centre of the park, and Amrabat would be a great choice given that Casemiro is past his prime and Mason Mount is sidelined.

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