Timothy Fosu-Mensah has completed a £1.8 million move to the Bundesliga and Bayer Leverkusen.
The defender arrived in Germany on Tuesday, where, after completing a period of quarantine he underwent a medical, before putting pen to paper on a three-year deal.
Fosu-Mensah joined Manchester United in 2016 from Ajax and has made a total of 30 senior appearances for the Premier League side, making his debut as left-back when he came on as a substitute in a game against Arsenal.
He has had loan spells at Crystal Palace and Fulham, but has failed to convince successive United managers as to his credentials, and, earlier this month, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed he was free to leave the club.
The Dutch international – he has been capped at every level by the Netherlands international side – is reported to be sad to leave Old Trafford, but is looking forward to the challenge with his new club.
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