Talented youngster Robbie Brady to leave Old Trafford.
Republic of Ireland international Robbie Brady is to be allowed to leave Manchester United permanently after Championship side Hull City reportedly had a significant offer accepted.
Despite only ever making one appearance in the Manchester United first-team – that coming in the Capital One Cup earlier this season, Brady has become an international star including scoring for the Republic of Ireland in one of his four caps.
But despite his displays while on loan at high-flying Hull City and for his country, Brady, who can play at left-back or as a left-sided midfielder, has been unable to force his way into Sir Alex Ferguson’s plans at Manchester United.
The Irish Times claim that a fee in the region of £2million has been agreed between Hull City boss Steve Bruce and his United counterpart to turn Brady’s loan move into a permanent switch to the KC Stadium.
Brady has played 12 games for Hull during his loan spell, scoring once in the club’s promotion challenge. He also spent the 2011/12 season on loan at Hull when playing 41 times and finding the net on three occasions.
International team-mate David Meyler is also making a permanent switch to Hull following a successful loan with his £1.5million move from Sunderland almost complete.
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