Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag makes Frenkie de Jong transfer declaration

Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, has acknowledged that the team must make acquisitions before the summer transfer window closes. But given the uncertainties surrounding his top priority, he has stated that the only midfield option is Frenkie de Jong.

Ahead of his side’s Premier League opener against Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday, Ten Hag has stressed the need for players, but only those who fit the right profile in his Old Trafford rebuild.Information Guide Nigeria

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The Dutchman added that he’s content with his current squad, suggesting he might not bolster his midfield ranks further if De Jong is unattainable.

He told reporters: “We want Frenkie? It’s about the right players… At this moment, we have players in that position who perform really well.JAMB Result

It would be a good situation [to sign more players], but I am happy with the current squad. We need players. You don’t need any player; you need the right player.”

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