After completing the first part of medical yesterday with red devils,the Feyenoord full-back Tyrell Malacia is set to finalize his medical today with the red devis before signing contract.However a top player is England this weekend to undergo medical tests before joining his new club.
Aaron Hickey is set to undergo medical tests with the Bees ie Brentford this week and sign as their new player thus his contract will be valid until June 2027 with full package could be worth €22m plus add-ons included.Brentford however Brentford fought hard to remain in the league after being promoted last summer.They have excellent performance whereby they were among the top 10 clubs in the English Premier league.
However the Spanish top team FC Barcelona have stated that they will sell the Netherlands international midfielder Frenkie De Jong this if he agrees to lower his wages considerably (source:Luis_F_Dojo) thus the final decision depends on the star.This will be a big blow to the red devils as they were eager to get players services this summer.
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