Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has completed his medical before his proposed move to Manchester United, according to the Mirror.
Matteo Darmian already completed his move to Old Trafford, while the Red Devils have agreed a deal with Bayern Munich for Bastian Schweinsteiger. The German international was expected to complete his medical on Sunday, 12 July.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman confirmed that the club had earlier rejected United's initial bid for Schneiderlin. It is now reported that he will be signing for Louis van Gaal's side after both clubs agreed a fee.
United agreed a £24m ($37.2m) fee with Southampton, which will see them allow their player leave St Mary's Stadium. Schneiderlin also arrived at the club's AON Training Complex on Sunday and the deal will be announced on 13 July.
The Premier League giants will leave for a two-and-a-half week tour to the United States on Monday. Van Gaal wants Darmian, Schweinsteiger and Schneiderlin to be a part of the squad for their pre-season tour.
Schneiderlin has agreed a four-year deal with the 20-time English champions, with an option to further extend it by one more year. The Saints are closing in on a move for Feyenoord captain Jordy Clasie as a replacement for the French international.
Former Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino wanted to sign the 25-year-old for his current club Tottenham Hotspur. The north London club were long been interested in securing the midfielder's services.
The Daily Mail reported Tottenham have re-entered the race to sign Schneiderlin. However, the Saints star snubbed a chance to reunite with his former manager and decided to join United.
Meanwhile, striker Robin van Persie has travelled to Istanbul to complete his move to Fenerbahce. The Turkish club has confirmed on social media that the Dutch international was joining them, as he leaves United after moving to them from Arsenal in 2012.