Torino president Urbano Cairo has insisted that Matteo Darmian’s switch to Man United isn’t yet a done deal, although he expects it to be finalised soon.
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“We’re in talks for Darmian, but for now he hasn’t been sold,” Cairo explained, as reported by Football Italia.
“It’s possible he’ll leave, I’m not saying it won’t happen, but at the moment he hasn’t gone.”
It is reported that the Italian international is still close to securing his move to Old Trafford, with the clubs said to have agreed on a fee on Wednesday.
Further, it is claimed that he has also agreed on personal terms which in turn leaves little left to be discussed before the move is made official.
However, the final paperwork is still being drawn up and finalised, while Darmian has yet to fly into England for his medical which will ultimately seal the deal.
Nevertheless, it is considered as good as done that he will be playing in the Premier League next season, and Man United fans can look forward to seeing the 25-year-old in action.