Ashley Young has reportedly arrived in Milan to complete his medical ahead of his £1.2million switch to Antonio Conte's Inter, that’s according to The Sun.
The 34-Year-old has agreed an initial six-month contract with the view of extending his deal for another year.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was left with little option but to cash in on the ex-Red Devils captain after he refused to sign a new deal with United.
Speaking on United's official website, Solskjaer confirmed the deal of letting Young go was the best for both parties saying: “Well, to be fair, I think it was for Ashley, you know.
“He is 35 in the summer and, if he gets a two-year contract somewhere, I think it's up to him to take that. We weren't ready to offer that.
“He's been a good servant for the club. He's been captain and he's won trophies, leagues, cups, but we've got players coming through.
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“So it was time now, then. When Ashley's head and mindset was on ‘yeah, I want to try this', why not do it now?“
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