Manchester United are looking forward to making important of transfer decisions this summer. With new manager Erik ten Hag looking for high profile players to join him at Old Trafford. Ahead of his first season as manager at United's dugout.
Meanwhile after weeks of speculation of United in talks with the Laliga giants Barcelona over the signature of Frenkie de Jong. A player reported to be worth £70m as per Sunsport. Who had the successful spell at Ajax with current manager, Erik ten Hag before he moved to Catalans in 2019.
According to Daily Mail while Barcelona president was speaking in a press conference as he presented Franck Kessie. Who in a free transfer has joined Nuo Camp from AC Milan. Laporta then said, "Frenkie is not for sale. He is a Barcelona player. We don't want to transfer him. "concluded Laporta as per Daily Mail.
De Jong has made 140 appearances for Barcelona since joining in all competitions and has scored 13 times but only won Copa del Rey in 2021. Manchester United may now turn the attention to other alternatives.
With already rumours of Eriksen has agreed a verbal transfer to United and there preparations for medical tests as per Sunsport at least before a Friday tour to Thailand. With the player arriving on a free transfer after his short contract expired with Brentford this summer.
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