Shorter title: Man United Agrees Personal Terms with De Ligt, Bayern Munich Talks Continue

Shorter title: Man United Agrees Personal Terms with De Ligt, Bayern Munich Talks Continue

Manchester United have reportedly agreed personal terms for Bayern Munich defender Matthijs de Ligt ahead of a potential summer transfer.

Man United boss Erik ten Hag has been hoping to get a deal over the line for his former Ajax defender.

Talks have been ongoing with Bayern Munich over a potential £42m deal.

According to the Manchester Evening News, Man United have now verbally agreed personal terms with De Ligt.

Central defence has been viewed as a key position for Red Devils to strength this summer.

Man United have reportedly verbally agreed personal terms with defender Matthijs de Ligt

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De Ligt is keen to work with his old Ajax boss Ten Hag at Old Trafford.

After taking over at Ajax in 2018, Ten Hag made De Ligt the club’s youngest-ever captain as they went on to win both the Eredivisie and the KNVB Cup in the 2018-19 season.

They also reached the semi-finals of the Champions League in the same campaign.

De Ligt joined Juventus that summer for £65.6m, before joining Bayern Munich three years later for a reported £68m.

United are ready to offer De Ligt, 24, a five-year contract if they can strike a deal with Bayern Munich.

The Red Devils will be looking to play De Ligt on the right side of central defence should he join the club.

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