The English premier league is set to be back in action in 3 days with Manchester United still on lookout for their dream targets in an attempt to strengthen their midfield department having already signed Eriksen, Malacia and Lissandro Martinez.
Despite the presence of McFred pivot, the Dutchman still feels that a move commanding defensive midfielder is needed at Old Trafford to secure his backline and be able to control the game play.
It should be noted that United have been linked with several top targets but as per latest reports, it's like they have already gotten one.
According to the Sun Football, United's target Frankie De Jong is set for premier league move with a meeting scheduled to finalize his Old Trafford's landing having already agreed on £71m fee.
It's claimed that De Jong might change his mind despite rumours that he's not exiting Camp Nou with Chelsea as well monitoring his situation.
The Red Devils haven't changed their mind and they're instead confident that they will sign the 25 year old Dutch international after several phone calls with Erik Ten Hag.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo is set to start from the bench as Ten Hag has already selected his front line of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Jadon Sancho.
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