Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag wasn't impressed by a number of Mufc players on Sunday after a defeat from Crystal Palace and therefore keen on bolistering his backline before heading for preseason preparations.
The Dutch international has been linked with Jurrien Timber and Frankie De Jong with reports suggesting that the duo might be heading for Manchester in the coming days as negotiations are underway as mass exodus is expected.
Italian outlet Tutto Atalanta continues to sound sure that the Red Devils are one of the best contenders to sign Demiral in an attempt to bolister their porous backline that has conceded 58 goals in the previous season.
Ideally, signing Demiral and Jurrien Timber with Frankie De Jong as a defensive midfielder will a good transfer window for Manchester United with reports still linking benfica's ace Darwin Nunez to Old Trafford.
Meanwhile, players are expected to return to training on 27th June as per Ten Hag.
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