- Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann has agreed personal terms to join Manchester United
- The Frenchman has accepted a five-year deal and will earn a mammoth £280,000 weekly
- Griezmann is the number one transfer target for Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho
Premier League campaigners Manchester United have reportedly agreed personal terms with French striker Antoine Griezmann to move to Old Trafford next season.
NAIJ.com learnt that the Atletico Madrid forward has accepted a five-year deal worth £280,000-a-week for him to join the Red Devils.
United will meet the £89 million buy-out clause in Griezmann’s Atletico contract which combined with wages and bonuses and could see the total cost of the transfer exceed £170M.
The 26-year-old France international is Jose Mourinho’s main transfer target for next season as he rebuilds his squad to challenge for the Premier League title.
Antoine Griezmann was said to be unhappy with his side's defeat against rivals Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League semi-final tie and he is ready to move to England.