Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hag is allegedly hoping to sign his dream targets in the coming summer transfer window especially the midfield department considering the potential exit of Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba.
Since his appointment, Erik Ten Hag has been linked with a list of top rated midfield maestros like Kalvin Philips, Ngolo Kante, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Frankie De Jong.
It's arguably understood that McFred pivot hasn't been at it's best for the previous season and therefore, a much more energetic duo is highly needed to suit Ten Hag's playing style.
However according to the Sun Football, the Red Devils are planning to make a final push in luring the Portuguese and Wolverhampton's ace Ruben Neves to Old Trafford with wolves demanding a £50m rated fee to get him leave the club.
Neves has been a long term target for Mufc since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's era and apparently, this is the perfect time for them to land him considering as well that Spanish club Barcelona are monitoring his situation.
Besides Neves, Frankie De Jong is also a top target for Erik Ten Hag as well as Jurrien Timber and Villarreal's ace Pau Torres.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think Neves should be signed over Frankie De Jong?
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