The Netherlands winger is due to undergo a medical at the club’s Carrington training base on Monday as Louis van Gaal looks to finalise his first signing of the summer
By Scott Loney
Memphis Depay has passed a medical ahead of completing his move to Manchester United, the club have confirmed.
The PSV star arrived at the club’s Carrington training base on Monday to undergo a medical after United agreed a fee with the Dutch club earlier in May.
Depay will now stay in Manchester overnight ahead of his move being completed in June.
In a short statement, United said: “Memphis Depay has today completed his medical at Manchester United.
“The club will now work towards finalising his registration when the international transfer window opens in June.”
United confirmed they had reached an agreement with PSV to sign the Netherlands international on May 7, with Louis van Gaal’s side having seen off interest from Premier League rivals Liverpool and Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain.
Depay’s agents arrived in Manchester on Sunday evening, before the player went through the medical process at Carrington training base.
Goal understands the 21-year-old will sign a five-year contract with Van Gaal’s side, on wages that will be in excess of six figures a week, while the transfer fee could rise to as much as £31 million depending on individual and team success.
Depay played his final game for PSV in the 3-2 win over ADO Den Haag, where he was confirmed as the Eredivisie Golden Boot winner having already secured the title with the Eindhoven club.