Manchester United Transfer News: Robin Van Persie on his way to Old Trafford

Manchester United have agreed to of sign Arsenal skipper Robin Van Persie who is subjected to medical on Thursday. Arsenal has agreed terms with the United and Van Persie will join England International Wayne Rooney next season at United.

Two Clubs have reached on an agreement for the Dutch striker and the player is expected to have his medical on Thursday. The player has made his intension very clear by confirming that he would not sign a new deal with the London club.

Van Persie is reportedly sign a four year deal at Old Trafford for a fee of £24m. The London club announced the agreement has been reached between two clubs for the player.

"Arsenal Football Club can confirm that terms have been agreed for the transfer of Robin van Persie to Manchester United" A statement on Arsenal's official website read

"Van Persie will travel to Manchester on Thursday in order to agree personal terms and complete a medical ahead of the proposed move"

United's neighbor Manchester City and Italian giants Juventus were after the Dutch striker but the player had made his decision to join the red half of Manchester. Addition of Van Persie would make United's attack as one of the best in England as Van Persie was last seasons top scorer scoring 30 goals for Arsenal.

All in all it has been a good week for United as they confirmed the signing of Chilean Striker Angelo Henriquez and also Darren Fletcher featured in a mid week match for United against Aberdeen.

United have failed to sign Eden Hazard and Lucas Moura in the current summer Transfer window. It has not been a disappointinmg summer for the English giants who has successfully signed Japanese International Shiniji Kagawa from Borussia Dortmund, England International Nick Powell from Crewe and Chilean Striker Angelo Henriquez. Van Persie will be United's fourth signing of the current summer Transfer window.

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