Erik Ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, is reportedly hoping to sign his dream targets in the upcoming summer transfer window, particularly in the midfield area, given the potential departures of Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba.
Erik Ten Hag has been associated with a number of high-profile midfielders, including Kalvin Philips, Ngolo Kante, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, and Frankie De Jong, since his hiring.
It's well acknowledged that McFred's pivot hasn't been at his best this season, and as a result, a far more energetic tandem is required to fit Ten Hag's playing style.
According to the Sun Football, the Red Devils are plotting a final effort to bring Portuguese star Ruben Neves to Old Trafford, with Wolverhampton seeking a £50 million fee to get him out of the club.
Since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's reign, Neves has been a long-term target for Mufc, and it appears that now is the ideal time for them to sign him, given that Spanish club Barcelona is also keeping an eye on his status.
Erik Ten Hag, Jurrien Timber, and Villarreal's ace Pau Torres are all interested in Frankie De Jong, in addition to Neves.
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