Man United To Receive $1.6m Over Young Inter Move

Tanya Simon
January 17, 2020

Ashley Young is due to fly to Italy on Friday to complete a £1.3 million move to Inter Milan after Manchester United finally agreed to sell their veteran club captain.

Manchester United defender Ashley Young has agreed on a move to Serie A club Inter Milan, according to reports on Thursday.

He is available on a free transfer in the summer but the 34-year-old wants to join Inter this month; so far Manchester United are yet to agree to let him go.

Moses is now on loan from Chelsea at Fenerbahce in the Turkish SüperLig but he spent two very successful seasons with current Inter coach Antonio Conte at Chelsea winning both the Premier League and the FA Cup.

Young has made 18 appearances for United this season, scoring once against AZ Alkmaar in the Europa League.

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Young, who has won 39 England caps, began his career at Watford and joined United from Aston Villa for £17m in June 2011.

Young leaves the Premier League with United in fifth, 27 points behind leaders Liverpool, who they play at Anfield on Sunday.

Under former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, they are aiming to win their first Serie A title since 2010.

What makes the move odd is that Young is unlikely to get many minutes in Inter either as he will probably be a rotational option there too but at least he's the captain of the Red Devils here.

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