EPL: Man United finally agree first summer deal

English Premier League outfit, Man United have been able to reach an agreement with Partizan winger Filip Stevanovic, according to Serbian outlet, Republika.

The report claimed that a move Filip Stevanovic was instigated by manager Solskjaer after watching the 17-year-old impress when his team clashed against Partizan in the Europa League on two occasions.

It is understood that a fee of £10.8 million was paid for the service of the 17-year old that scored 9 goals in 30 games for his team.

However, Man United fans will have to be patient before seeing the talent in Filip Stevanovic as he would be loaned back to Partizan, according to the agreement between both parties.

This is the first confirmation of an agreement of a deal by the Red Devils but that is obviously not what the fans want to hear because he will not offer the club anything anytime soon.

The Red Devils have invested time in the chase of England international winger Jadon Sancho but they seem to be facing some disappointment as the German Bundesliga club, Borussia Dortmund, has failed to come down on their fee.

It is now understood that a deal for the former Man City academy player has crashed and Man United will brace up to seek other options in the summer market.

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