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DONE DEAL: Manchester United agree deal to sign rising Serbian star



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Manchester United have struck a deal with Serbian outfit FK Vojovdina to sign their young goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic, with this expected to be only the start of a fascinating transfer window for the club.


Milinkovic, 17, caught the eye of United scouts during his UEFA Under-17 Championship qualifying performances with Serbia, where he kept three clean sheets from six games.

Sky Sports have reported that the player will remain at FK Vojovdina for one more season before making the move to Old Trafford, with United now gearing up for a lavish summer spending spree to fire them back to domestic glory next season.

The likes of Thomas Muller, Toni Kroos and Edinson Cavani have all been linked with big-money moves this summer, with the impending arrival of manager Louis van Gaal at the United set to usher in new feelings of hope and excitement for the club.