Barcelona have set their cost for Frenkie De Jong at an incredible €100 million, as per Sport.
The Catalan club are simply ready to pay attention to offers for the administrations of the Dutch midfielder on the grounds that they need a flood of money, and it is an issue they might want to tackle with one major cash deal. Nonetheless, they have zero desire to release De Jong for anything short of what they accept is his reasonable worth, which is evidently €100m.
Manchester United have supposedly connected with Barcelona and the two clubs are in discusses a possible exchange of the 25-year-old Netherlands worldwide, with Erik ten Hag evidently quick to rejoin with the player he used to mentor for some time at Ajax.
Nothing is, be that as it may, progressed at this point. Different clubs have communicated an interest also, so Barcelona ought not be lacking in offers.
In the interim, De Jong himself is supposed to be a piece hesitant to leave the Camp Nou right now.
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