Manchester United are chasing the signature of Frenkie de Jong from Barcelona this summer. But the Catalans are holding out in this situation for at least £70m as price tag for the Dutch star as per Daily Mail report.
Meanwhile his not the only player which Erik ten Hag wants to as well start life with at Old Trafford in his first season as their new manager. After last season the Manchester United defence did manage to concede 57 goals the gaffer wants a new defender.
His being linked with Jurrien Timber from Ajax and Lisandro the Argentine international still at Ajax. The two are valued at £40m and £43m as per Daily Mail respectively. With same report now claiming Erik ten Hag was interested in signing De Ligt from the Old Lady.
But same publication clarify that Juventus are holding out for a £102m as it's agreed previously in De Ligt release clause in his current contract. Which makes it more difficult for the red devils to try get the services of the Dutchman at this summer.
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