Manchester United are pondering on making important summer decisions especially on transfer of players. With new manager a well determined Dutchman, Erik ten Hag already at Old Trafford to prepare for the same.
A report by Sunsport via transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has in the latest developments. Clarified that the boss held a meeting in recent days with the United chiefs to discuss on transfer of player targets.
In which the likes of Jurrien Timber from Ajax and Pau Torres as well from Villarreal were discussed. And the same report states that the manager has 'demanded' the immediate signing of the £30 rated Timber as soon as possible.
So is the Yellow Submarine defender a primary target to replace or challenge a sloppy defence of Maguire, Varane and Victor at Old Trafford. Which had paved way for more than 55 goals this season. The Laliga ace is then believed to be worth a whooping £51m as per his release clause.
Recently the 20-year-old Timber saw his representatives post a clip of the player at an airport. On social media with the caption "deal closing time...." Which indicates the player may be soon to be in United books to boost the right-back position. In which the former Crystal Palace ace Wan-Bissaka has failed to claim as his own since his £50m switch.
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