Manchester United are on the verge of completing their second signing of the summer after Ashley Young underwent a medical at the Reds' Carrington training ground today.
The 25-year-old forward is now expected to sign tomorrow once personal terms are finalised on the deal, which will see him move from Aston Villa for around £20m.
He was also pictured leaving the private Bridgewater Hospital this evening dressed in a red hoodie and carrying a pair of trainers.
Young, a regular member of Fabio Capello's England squad, follows Phil Jones into Old Trafford after the defender's switch from Blackburn Rovers earlier in the month.
United boss Sir Alex Ferguson will now turn his attention to 20-year-old Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea, who is expected to join the Reds from Atletico Madrid in the next two weeks.
And Fergie is still on the hunt for a midfielder to replace the retiring Paul Scholes, with Inter Milan's Wesley Sneijder his number one target.