Manchester United are looking forward to making important of transfer decisions this summer. Especially with the likes of De Jong being linked with the club from Barcelona. Adrian Rabiot from Juventus as well being eyed by United manager as per the Sunsport report.
According to Daily Mail report the red's have agreed a £15m fee with Juventus over the signature of Rabiot. But the Frenchman in a huge blow to this possible transfer his agent. Who happens to be his mother, Veronique is reported to be demanding more than his current wages of £6m-a-year in order to join red's.
A situation which the publication claims may lead to the deal to possibly collapse. And upon Manchester United fans getting the news already they have taken to Twitter to offer their views.
According to the Daily Mail, "Party time if it's true. "@MUFCTidy as well as, "Good is another wrong type of player we are trying to buy and his stats are terrible! "@JamesAgar and the last one wrote, "Yes!!! Please collapse!! #NoToRabiot. "@UtdA5h.
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