With the coaching change and the signing of Dutchman Erik ten Haag to lead Manchester United in the new season, the coach is trying his best to support the team with the right players.
Manchester United’s options in the summer transfer market were limited as Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez signed a deal that cost the Red Devils coffers nearly €57 million.
Manchester United management also signed left-back Tyrrell Malaysia from Dutch side Feyenoord for approximately €15 million.
Another deal that Manchester United’s management has made is the signing of Danish Christian Eriksen on a free transfer deal after his impressive spell with Brentford, which saw the team stay in the English Premier League last season.
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A confusing deal engineered by Manchester United
There is one controversial deal that the Manchester United management will want to win, and that is the Dutchman, Frenkie de Jong, in the middle of the Barcelona pitch, especially since he was coached by Den Haag when he was a player at Ajax.
Frenkie de Jong has been missing from Manchester United in the new season, especially after the departure of Frenchman Paul Pogba, with Den Haag committed to signing the midfielder.
Pogba’s departure from Manchester United comes after his contract with the Red Devils expired, and Din Hock is looking to replace him by signing Frenkie de Jong before the end of the summer transfer window.
In the past few days, Manchester United management have made several offers to Barcelona management to sign De Jong, which has yet to happen as Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez wants to keep the player at Camp Nou.
Recently, reports suggested that Manchester United are making a last-ditch effort to lure De Jong, as United want to make the Dutch midfielder the club’s highest-paid player on a reported £450,000-a-week salary.
Manchester United are willing to pay the £17million Barcelona owe Young in deferred wages. Manchester United management are trying to meet representatives of Dutch star Frenkie de Jong when he returns to Barcelona from his preliminary tour of America.
There are many reports that the deal between Manchester United and Barcelona has been agreed for 74 million pounds, but De Jong is not ready to switch the Spanish Football League to the English Premier League at the moment, but if he is determined to stay in Spain, he will have to reduce his salary to continue with the Catalan club.
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