Sunderland agree a fee for Manchester United duo

Jose Mourinho has spent his first two-and-a-half months at Manchester United bringing in four new faces ahead of the new Premier League season, and after the world record capture of Paul Pogba, it is now Jose’s time to sort out a plethora of departures from Old Trafford.

Former Manchester United boss David Moyes is more than willing to help the aportuguese in this matter, and has agreed a fee to take a pair of Manchester United academy products to the a Stadium of Light.

Sunderland are believed to have agreed a fee in the region of £5.5million for a Northern Ireland defender Paddy McNair and Scotland U21 international Donald Love, both of whom made their first team debuts under Moyes’ successor Louis van Gaal.

Moyes has also shown an interest in fellow Manchester Untied stars Marouane Fellaini and Adnan Januzaj but us yet to make an official move.

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