Sources confirmed, on Friday, that personal terms will not be an issue as the Newcastle United shot-stopper is “prepared” to accept United’s terms.
The deal is now up to the two clubs to agree a suitable fee.
A loan deal with £5m option-to-buy clause is currently being discussed.
Sources say the deal should be wrapped up before the end of the week.
Manchester United had previously looked at signing Frankfurt’s Kevin Trapp, but failed in their overtures.
The club’s hierarchy now deem Dúbravka a “quality” alternative to the Europa League winner due to his wealth of experience within the English Premier League.