Manchester United are reportedly planning a peaceful protest for Erik Ten Hag's first game as manager of the club due to their dissatisfaction with the way the board is handling transfers. Despite this, they are still eager to enter the summer transfer window with full force.
Due to rumors that Frankie De Jong's signing is close, United's board is stepping up their efforts to sign their ideal targets.
Ajax winger Anthony, however, skipped his training session in anticipation of a probable transfer to the Premier League amid United's move, with Premier League heavyweights reportedly willing to pay up to £46m, according to Mirror Football.
According to reports, Anthony is certain to sign with Manchester United. He wants to work with his former boss again in the premier league, and Ten Hag wants to make the team a serious title contender alongside Manchester City and Liverpool.
According to the same report, Donny Van De Beek is back at Old Trafford following his loan stint with Everton and is eager to play in club friendly.
Last but not least, do you believe Anthony should be bought?
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