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United's summer business is really heating up now after finalising the deal for Feyenoord’s exciting full back Tyrell Malacia.
It is suggested United hierachies are progressing in talks for Christian Eriksen deal and are willing to hand the 30-year-old a two year deal worth £150,000-a-week and as news reports , Manchester United United are hopeful of signing Denmark international Christian Eriksen this summer on free transfer.
A deal was offered to Eriksen's representatives and the final decision rests with the player himself over whether to join Manchester United or stay at Brentford as both clubs have made him offers but United's is thought to be a pole position to win his signature unlike Brentford because of man utd presented a good financial offers.
Working again with Erik ten Hag, with whom he trained at Ajax before his return to football after suffering heart attack during Euros competition and Ten Hag is anticipated to work with the Danish midfielder during his era at Old Trafford.
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