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Manchester United Target Who is Being Compared To Neymar And Vinicius Junior

The Red Devils have been quiet in the transfer market with Erik ten Hag yet to make a significant signing since he arrived at Old Trafford. After an awful Sea under Ralf Rangnick and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Dutchman did a substantial amount of work to improve the side this summer.

The Red Devila has been linked with several big names this summer like Christian Eriksen, Antony, and Frankie de Jong. Despite several players leaving the club, there are other players at Old Trafford who have also been linked with a move away from the club.

Marcus Rashford, Aaron Wan-Bissak, and Cristiano Ronaldo have been linked with a move away from Old Trafford this summer. There are rumours the Portuguese skipper could leave Old Trafford due to a lack of making a transfer ahead of next season.

Ajax winger and Manchester United target Antony Matheus has been getting comparisons to his fellow country like Real Madrid star Vinicius Junior and Paris Saint-Germain forward Paris Saint-Germain from Brazilian manager Tite.

The new boss at Old Trafford wants to reunite with the Brazilian winger who he managed while he was in charge of the Eredivisie champions Ajax. The 22-year-old youngster has been hugely linked with a move to the Premier League where there will be more expectations and pressure unlike at Ajax.

Manchester United transfer chiefs are believed to be in discussion with the Dutch club over a possible move. Tite has revealed that he sees the Ajax winger as an astonishing player like Vinicius Junior and Neymar.

"Yes definitely. Mostly he shares his professional with various players who share his characteristics. When you watch Antony he has the same characteristics as the likes of Neymar, Rodrygo, Vinicius, and Raphinha," the Selecao manager stated.

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