Manchester United are set to announce Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka as their first major signing of the summer.
The 21-year-old Londoner is currently on England international duty at the U21 European Championships, but it is believed United and Palace have agreed a fee for the highly-rated full-back.
United's executive vice president Ed Woodward and Palace owner Steve Parish are close to a fee that will be agreeable to both parties.
Parish was said to be under pressure by the Eagles' investors to accept United's initial bid of £40m for the right full-back.
However, Parish was confident he could secure more for their prized asset and a fee of £50m could be the likely outcome.
The deal will come down to personal terms with United understood to be ready to offer Wan-Bissaka £80,000-a-week - a seven-fold increase on his deal at Palace.
United have already signed winger Daniel James in an £18m move from Swansea, while Juan Mata extended his stay at Old Trafford by signing a two-year deal on Wednesday.
The Red Devils, however, will lose the services of Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia, who are free agents this summer.
Maurizio Sarri has revealed the passion of Juventus officials to bring him to Turin was vital in his decision to walk away from Chelsea, despite reports that the Italian champions had also approached Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola and Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.