Manchester United have been one of the busiest clubs in the transfer window this summer.
They have spent big this summer having bought it Jose Mourinho to take charge of the side next season and have considerable strengthened their squad ahead of the next season.
The Red Devils have arguably the strongest squad in England and the manager is now looking to let go of players who do not fit into the squad to make it even stronger.
A number of fringes and young players will be shown the door in the coming days and Sunderland have managed to get their hands on two such players.
David Moyes, the former Manchester United boss, who is now incharge of the Black Cats is looking for additions to add to his squad at the Stadium of Light ahead of the next season and he has been linked with a number of players from his former club.
And it is now understood that he has agreed to a deal with the Old Trafford outfit for two of its squad players.
According to reports, Paddy McNair and Donald Lover, two of the Manchester United fringe players have agreed to move to Sunderland at a combined price of £5.5m which can potentially increase up to £7m.
It is revealed that the pair will have their medical in the coming days and should be available for Moyes in his first game of the season.
The Sunderland manager is set to lose Lamine Kone to Everton and is desperate to add some defenders to his squad at the club.
Paddy McNair can play a decent role as a defensive midfielder while Love is an outright defender and the duo are expected to some mettle and strength to Moyes’ side next season.
McNair and Love have made just 25 senior appearances between them in their career and Moyes is looking to give them ample game time to help them realize their potential.
It is also revealed that Moyes is still looking at Adnan Januzaj and Marouane Fellaini for further additions to his squad in the coming days.