Manchester United have yet to agree a fee with Fenerbahce for Robin van Persie, according to reports.
The Dutch striker was unveiled by Fenerbahce in front of thousands of excited fans at the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium on Tuesday, but officially remains a United player.
Van Persie has signed a three-year contract worth around £3.5m a year with the Turkish outfit, according to Sky Sports, but the two clubs are still to agree on a price.
United are not holding out for a significant fee for the 31-year-old. Reports last week claimed that they would settle for something in the region of £4.25m.
Van Persie scored 58 goals in three seasons at United after making a controversial switch from Arsenal, but has now moved on for regular football ahead of Euro 2016 with the Netherlands.
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