In the next season, Manchester United will be looking for high-profile players to join a team that needs a lot of work to be done on it. The new manager will be Erik ten Hag, who is currently the manager of the Ajax football team.
Players at Old Trafford, on the other hand, are going to have their contracts run out at the end of this June. Midfielders like Jesse and Mata are also there. Pogba and Mata are also there, but out of form Matic could be sold as well.
Erik has to think about who to bring in to be a strong star in those positions. Express and Sunsport say that in Barcelona, there is a player named De Jong who isn't happy with how Xavi's team plays in the middle. According to the same publication, the La Liga giants are said to value him at £58 million.
Because they worked together at Ajax before he joined Catalans. There is now a report from the Express, which says this: "Xavi and I had a very good talk.
In this season, we haven't been as good as we wanted to be. That's why we couldn't compete with Real Madrid, but we hope we can do better next year."
De Jong came to an end, which may be bad news for Manchester United fans because the player hopes for a better season at Nuo Camp
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