Manchester United have agreed a two year deal to sign Edinson Cavani, reports ESPN journalist Moil Lorens.

The Premier League club were linked with the striker again on Friday evening, when it was reported talks were ongoing over a move to Old Trafford.

At that point it was explained there were differences over the term of contract, with Manchester United presumably offering a shorter deal than the player wanted.

Having left PSG as a free agent when his contract expired in June, 33-year-old Cavani has been looking for a new home. Multiple Spanish reports have stated he was keen on a move to Atletico Madrid, but they could only complete the operation if Diego Costa left the club.

That hasn’t been possible, partly due to the high wages Costa earns.

Lorens reports Cavani will travel to Manchester on Sunday for a medical, and if everything goes well the move will be announced either that day or on Monday.

Uruguayan journalist Rodrigo Romano is also saying there’s an agreed deal, and that the player is set to travel.