Manchester United are progressing well in tye transfer market after agreeing deals with both Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen and Netherlands and also Feyenoord’s left-back Tyrell Malacia
Manchester United are planning to complete five new signings by the end of their pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia later this month before embarking on serious PremierLeaguechallengenext season .
The Red Devils have their first pre season campaign just over a week away, Ten Hag will want his new additions to be over the line in the coming days before they head to Bangkok so that he can assess every member of his squad and the MEN sport report he wants a least five deals done by the end of the month.
Malacia is expected to be the first to be unveiled with the defender pictured arriving at their training ground to complete his second medical on Monday while impending deals for Christian Eriksen, Lisandro Martinez and De Jong are in the process.
Barcelona midfielder Frenkie De Jong is Ten Hag's top priority target in central midfield as he looks to strengthen that area of the pitch after Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata and Nemanja Matic all left the club last month .
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