Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag is considerably trying to build his squad by making several new signings who are tipped to bolister his squad ahead of next campaign after literally loosing six key players.
The rebuild is still continuing following claims that Axel Tuanzebe, Eric Bailly, Anthony Martial and Alex Telles might as well exit Old Trafford when the right offers come.
Multiple sources have hinted that United are finalizing on signing Frankie De Jong after agreeing deal with Feyenoord defender Tyrell Malacia who's expected to land at Manchester in the coming few days to undergo medicals.
However according to the Sun Football, United has offered the Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen a £150k per week in an attempt to lure his m to Old Trafford with the 30 year old allegedly waiting to see the kind of players Ten Hag will sign first.
Eriksen is being viewed as a perfect target to add skills and experience in united's pack of midfielders after helping Brentford last season.
Meanwhile, United are confident of wrapping up a deal of Ajax defender Lissandro Martinez after making a £39m offer ahead of EPL rivals Arsenal.
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