The signing of Dutch international Tyrell Malacia to a contract with the Red Devils is very close to being finalized.
In a tweet earlier this week, Fabrizio Romano said that the international player for the Netherlands might be moving to Old Trafford over the summer.
According to recent rumors, Tyrell Malacia is currently en route to the Theatre of Dreams, where he is scheduled to undergo a medical examination and the transaction may soon be finalized.
Due to the fact that Ten Hag is likely going to go with him instead of Alex Telles as his starting center back, the Dutch international may be given the nod for every game this season.
Reports claim that Erik Ten Hag harbors romantic feelings for a Dutch international player that he got along with rather well while he was still playing for Ajax.
This could end up being a highly profitable transaction for United if everything goes according to plan.
Although Manchester United's summer transfer window has been relatively quiet, there have been rumors that the club is interested in signing a number of high-profile players. One of those players is Antony, who currently plays for Ajax.
If Ten Hag is to have a realistic chance of leading this team back into the top four, the fans will be hoping for fresh acquisitions in the midfield and attack in the near future.
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