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EPL: Manchester United Agrees Personal Terms with Everton’s Branthwaite

Manchester United has reportedly reached an agreement on personal terms with Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite, moving closer to securing the young talent in a potential summer transfer.

According to The Times, the Red Devils are now focused on negotiating a transfer fee with Everton, who have set their asking price at £70 million for the 21-year-old England international. This prospective deal aligns with the endorsement from Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who has highlighted Branthwaite as his preferred choice for strengthening United’s central defense this summer.

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Branthwaite, who has accumulated 54 appearances with Everton since joining the first team, has impressed with his performances and potential. His addition would be a significant boost for Manchester United as they aim to reinforce their defensive lineup.

The agreement on personal terms is believed to have been facilitated by Manchester United’s new technical director, Jason Wilcox. Wilcox’s close relationship with Branthwaite’s agent, David Reeves, likely played a crucial role in advancing the discussions.

As negotiations between the clubs continue, Manchester United fans eagerly await further developments on this promising transfer, which could significantly bolster the team’s defensive capabilities.