Manchester United Reach Agreement for Premier League Goalkeeper With Medical Imminent

Martin Dubravka

Following the imminent conclusion of their swoop for Antony from Ajax, Manchester United have now reached an agreement with Newcastle United goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano.

The Slovakian will join on loan with a £5 million buy option at the end of the season.

Manchester United Agree Deal for Martin Dubravka

Displaced at Newcastle

The 33-year-old goalkeeper is keen to move to the Red Devils after new signing Nick Pope took his place at St James’ Park, while United boss Erik ten Hag is determined to add in some competition for David de Gea before the transfer window slams shut on Thursday night.

Romano previously reported that Dubravka had agreed personal terms, with United offering a £5 million option to buy alongside a season-long loan for the Slovakian stopper. Sky Sports state that the Magpies would prefer a permanent deal for the player, or an obligation to purchase at the end of any loan deal.