Things appear to be getting steam concerning Frenkie de Jong’s future at Barcelona. The 25-year-old keeps on being connected with a create some distance from the club, notwithstanding manager Xavi Hernandez and president Joan Laporta demanding that they believe he should remain at Camp Nou.
The midfielder, as far as it matters for him, has additionally made his goals clear of wanting to go on at Barça next season. Notwithstanding, the financial situation at the club has implied that the reports won’t disappear, with the Catalans comprehended to be available to huge offers that assist them with escaping the tangle.
Manchester United have arisen as the most ardent suitors for de Jong as they hope to supplant Paul Pogba this summer. The appointment of former AFC Ajax boss Erik ten Hag as the new manager has simply served to fuel speculations further.
All things considered, it was under ten Hag’s tutelage at Ajax that the midfielder prospered, prior to bringing in his huge cash move to Barcelona in 2019.
Furthermore, as per a new report from Oriol Domenech, Barcelona and Manchester United as of now have an understanding over an exchange expense for the 25-year-old Netherlands global.
The update doesn’t make reference to the specific worth of the exchange expense that the two clubs have apparently settled upon. Notwithstanding, it guarantees that ten Hag has settled on numerous endeavors to decision and address de Jong to persuade him to combine efforts at Old Trafford.
Yet, in spite of the endeavors of his previous coach, the Dutchman stays unconvinced about the possibility of joining Manchester United and has told ten Hag and the Red Devils ‘no’.
The absence of Champions League football on proposition could be a significant doubter for de Jong, as Manchester United completed external the main four in the Premier League and may be playing in the Europa League next season.
With Barcelona apparently open to endorsing a deal, whether the Premier League monsters can persuade de Jong to turn around on his position stays the inquiry.