Manchester United are prepared to sell their young Irish winger Robbie Brady to Hull for a fee of £2 million ESPN FC reports. Brady is currently enjoying a successful loan spell with the club and Hull are eager to make the move a permanent one.
Although Brady has only ever made one appearance for United, the midfielder has played an important role in Hull's attempts to gain promotion to the Premier League from the Championship. It now looks like Brady will make the move permanent provided he passes a medical with the club. Former United player and Hull manager Steve Bruce has been confident that the move would go through and was quick to praise his board for moving things along quickly with United.
Brady would follow fellow United teammate Joshua King out of Old Trafford. King recently signed a permanent move to Blackburn and the two deals represent the only business, in or out, that United has done thus far in the January transfer window.
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