Erik Ten Hag, the club's new manager, has been aggressive in his search for new talent. Feyernoord's top priority is Tyrell Malacia. Finally, both Manchester United and the player have confirmed in writing that he has signed a personal contract with the club.
15 million euros in contracts will be signed soon, with an additional 2 million euros in add-ons. Erik Ten Hag's first acquisition will be a Dutch international talent. For the left back position, he will compete with Luke Shaw. Manchester United are also interested in signing Frenkie De Jong. It's believed that Malacia's agents are involved in the deal, which should be finished soon.
In order to secure a place in the starting lineup, you only need to pay for the add-ons. United believe they will be able to bring him in as their second summer signing. What's the best place for the new sign, in your opinion? Having as many participants as possible is a good thing.
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