According to French outlet Paris United, Paris Saint-Germain defender Serge Aurier has agreed to terms with Manchester United ahead of a possible transfer this summer.
Aurier, 24, has been granted permission by PSG to talk to clubs interested in signing him.
The Ivorian fullback’s possible move to Old Trafford seemingly hinges on a court decision that will decide whether or not Aurier is allowed to enter the United Kingdom.
The PSG man was denied entry into the UK ahead of a Champions League match against Arsenal in November due to a court case relating to an incident in May 2016 where Aurier allegedly assaulted a police officer.
Paris United believe that the court ruling is due on August 7 in Paris. Premier League rivals Tottenham are also reported to hold an interest in Aurier.
According to France Football, Spurs are ready to pay €20m for the Ivorian, yet it is believed that PSG value Aurier at €30m.