Manchester are looking forward to making Frenkie de Jong the first summer transfer signing under Erik ten Hag if possible. The red's are believed to be in talks with Barcelona. As reports claim that the Catalans may accept red's £59m offer plus add-ons as per Daily Mail.
So there is definitely some midfield players currently at the red's camp who may need their future sorted. Both Fred, Van de Beek as well as Garner are available for selection in same position as De Jong, who may join Old Trafford this summer.
Upon his arrival there expected the latter to be a regular at Erik ten Hag starting eleven and unfortunately. The manager is then reported to be planning to use him in a deeper midfield role. As the same position which suits Scott McTominay.
In last season he made 37 outings the 25-year-old and 170 in all appearances for red's in all competitions since his debut in the year 2017. He was mostly important under both Ole Gunnar as well as Ralf Rangnick previous manger at Old Trafford.
As per Daily Mail the Premier League outfit under Eddie Howe Newcastle United had enquired about the possibility of getting Scott this summer. The Times report that Erik ten Hag is clear that Manchester United should not listen to any offer for the Scotland international.
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