Manchester United are set to have incoming new manager Erik ten Hag to decide on the players arrivals this summer. Together with club chiefs like John Murtough and Richard Arnold whom he held a meeting last week at his homeland as per Sunsport.
As United having missed on any silverware this season despite having to compete on all fronts. With Carabao Cup, FA Cup, the Premier League and Champions League as well. Under both the previous manager Ole Gunnar and the currently manager Ralf Rangnick on interim basis.
There has been links of Barcelona midfielder De Jong to join the red devils after the installation of his former boss at United, the report from Sunsport clarified. However the same publication has issued an update from the Catalans side.
Especially, president to Barcelona club said, "I don't know if we will sell important players. If we complete some deals, maybe it won't be needed. The priority is our financial situation, as of now. Well do our best for the club. "Concluded Joan Laporta as per Manchester Evening news as well.
These may leave Manchester United and Erik ten Hag with other options to target. Especially with West Ham ace Declan Rice the other hot prospect in the transfer market. But red's will face the stiff competition from Chelsea.
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