Tyrell Malacia completes first part of Man United medical
After passing his medical exam, Tyrell Malacia is anticipated to be introduced as Manchester United's first summer addition.
With contracts already in place between the two clubs, United promptly closed a deal with Feyenoord for the 22-year-old after outbidding Olympique Lyonnais.
Malacia is in Manchester, and Fabrizio Romano, the transfer guru, has reported that he finished the first portion of his medical yesterday.
Deal with Malacia confirmed. "All signed for a €15 million sum plus €2 million add-ons between Man United and Feyenoord," Romano reaffirmed.
“The first part of the medical was completed on Sunday, the final part on Monday.
“Contract approved: 2026 with option for further season." An official statement will follow soon. "
Meanwhile, circulating on Twitter is a photo of Malacia’s unofficial agent, Ali Dursan, at Old Trafford with someone purported on the social network to be a member of Malacia’s family.
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