Manchester United are still hoping to sign their dream targets as first as possible ahead of next season in an attempt to strengthen the weak areas of the squad following the departures of Paul Pogba, Jesse lingard, Edinson Cavani and Juan Mata.
United will be required to sign at least give world class players to stay on course withother EPL elites like Manchester City and Liverpool.
However according to the Sun Football, United target Frankie De Jong is fighting with Erling Haaland over renting Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's £3.5m mansion ahead of moving to premier league.
The 24 year old Dutch international is expected to sign for United in the coming days after a breakthrough in talks between both parties that agreed a fee of £56.1m with add ons.
If news in the media are anything to go by, then De Jong will a good upgrade to McFred pivot who are struggling and unable to control the game.
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