Manchester United failed to win their second premier league game after suffering a massive defeat from Brentford who apparently dominated the whole of first half.
The Red Devils will arguably need to correct there mistakes is am told they're eyeing a top four spot. To do so, they will have to sign a defensive midfielder and an attacker- something that has always been Erik Ten Hag's main priority in the ongoing summer transfer window.
However according to the Sun Football, United's target nd Barcelona's ace Frankie De Jong has reportedly told his teammates that he will join Man United as he's angry at how the Spanish giants are handling his situation.
De Jong, 25 was reluctant to joining the Red Devils but now it's opposite with Manchester United still confident of sealing that deal as fast as possible literally after Chelsea's withdrawal from the race.
Ideally, the Dutch Midfielder is a perfect target to upgrade the unsettled and struggling McFred pivot and therefore can be a good signing for Erik Ten Hag.
Meanwhile, supporters aren't convinced with David De Gea's performance with several now calling for his sale.
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