Manchester United are seeking to make high profile players this summer to boost Erik ten Hag squad ahead of next season. The likes of Frankie De Jong from Barcelona has been rumoured to be eyed by Manchester United.
As well as Lisandro Martinez who is currently at Ajax and their price tag could be £70m and £43m respectively as per Sunsport report. Meanwhile recently Cristiano Ronaldo has been reported to have asked the red devils to allow him exit the club in this summer if the right offer comes to the club.
However according to former Manchester United captain Gary Neville, "The only important factor with the Ronaldo situation is that it's dealt with decisively and quickly. This can't be a saga that takes the focus away from ETH bedding in period for the next two months. "Concluded Gary Neville on Twitter account as per Sunsport report.
Meanwhile Chelsea owner Todd Boehly is reported to be ready to hold talks with Tuchel over possibility of signing Ronaldo as per Daily Mail report. However Bayern Munich and Napoli have as well being linked with the player as per Daily Mail report.
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