Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag is still hoping to bolister his squad as first as possible to give the new signings ample time to adapt to his style of play with united's board already approved a move of several top targets.
Ten Hag's main interest will be signing a centreback, a right back, a defensive midfielder and a lethal striker despite being linked with a list of players who can arguably help him compete for major silverwares next season.
However according to the United's Stand, Manchester United are allegedly willing to pay a fee of £42.5m in an attempt to sign the Portuguese midfielder Ruben Neves following potential exit of Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba.
Ten Hag is a huge admirer of Neves and therefore willing to sign compared to overpriced Frankie De Jong as well as considering that he's already used to premier league intense.
If news in the media are anything to go by,then the 25 year old star will be heading for medicals at Old Trafford ahead of move with Barcelona as well monitoring his situation.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils are planning to make Frankie De Jong their highest paid player in case of a move as a way of luring him to premier league.
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