Reports hints that Barcelona outfit are planning to reinforce their squad with funds from Frenkie de Jong's expected sale.
Image: De Jong
It has been claimed that Man United have agreed a fee with Barcelona and Netherlands midfielder Frenkie de Jong and their is high chances of him travelling with other teammates to Bangkok for the start of their pre-season tour on Friday.
Spanish sources have reported that the midfield gang has accepted to leave Barcelona heading to English giants, man utd this summer and president, Joan Laporta, who's the club's president is waiting for the transfer to go through before invading the transfer market to strengthen his side from the funds raised from De Jong's sale
The reports emerged suggesting Chelsea could also be interested in a deal if his proposed move to Old Trafford continues to prolong
United are in the verge of completing the deal for the midfielder after transfer fee of €65million (£56.14m) plus add-ons was agreed with Barcelona for his signature, and in an ideal world, Erik ten Hag hopes to have him available for the start of the upcoming pre-season tour calender with the Old Trafford teammate.
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