Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign Feyenoord left-back Tyrell Malacia, according to the Eredivisie club’s director Frank Arneson.
Lyon had been linked with a move for Malacia, but United have reportedly agreed to a deal worth an initial £12.9million (€15m).
Having come through the youth system, Malacia has played 136 games for Feyenoord, making 50 appearances in all competitions last season as Arne Slot’s men finished third in the Eredivisie and reached the Europa Conference League final.
Speaking to 1908NL, Arneson said all that remains is for the 22-year-old to agree personal terms with the Red Devils, revealing: “The agreement with Man United is there. We are now waiting for Tyrell.
“If Malacia says yes, then a transfer to Manchester United is imminent.”
Malacia made his senior debut for the Netherlands last September and has since won a further four caps for his country.
Only two Feyenoord players made more appearances in all competitions than Malacia last term, winger Bryan Linssen (53) and midfielder Orkun Kokcu (51), with the young full-back featuring in 17 of their Europa Conference League contests.
The addition of Malacia would represent new United boss Erik ten Hag’s first move to strengthen a defence which conceded 57 Premier League goals last campaign.
United returned for pre-season training this week as they build towards Ten Hag’s first competitive match in charge, a Premier League trip to Brighton and Hove Albion on August 7.