Daley Blind joins Manchester United: New signing from Ajax says he can't wait to link up with Louis van Gaal again
The 24-year-old moves for £14m
Manchester United have announced the singing of Daley Blind from Ajax.
The fee for the left-back is understood to be £14m.
The 24-year-old has made 19 appearances for the Dutch national team, and impressed at left-back during the recent World Cup under current United manager Louis van Gaal.
"It's an honour to sign for United. I can't wait to work with Louis van Gaal at the biggest club in the world, he said.
Van Gaal added: "He's very intelligent and versatile and a great addition to the team."
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