Manchester United legend Gary Neville has felt shattered for his former club’s failure to sign Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong after spending two months’ time. but is about to be slapped by Chelsea
Erik ten Hag , manager of the ‘ Red Devils ‘ team , has made the 25 -year -old midfielder a must-have jigsaw puzzle. The talks have been open since June 10 , when the Summer Market is open .
But the Dutch footballer refrained from claiming that he would marry a wife. Then the Catalan region is suitable for setting up a family. Or raise the issue of waiting for extra money according to the ufabet terms of the contract with ‘ Barca ‘
Until recently , ‘ The Athletic UK ‘ revealed that De Jong ‘s real reason was that he didn’t want to get into the dust of playing for the European club championship, the Europa League under the United uniform. If moving, he had to answer both the money and the box.
Knowing so , Neville felt embarrassed with the buying and selling team of Manchester United
because it was still weak at the negotiating table until the evening. Even though he was good since the beginning of summer
“ I would like to go back to Ten Hag to cheer up . Tell yourself that you have an impressive start , a solid start … but just not supported off the pitch. About an operation that can grab a player that you want to complete. ” Opening your mouth in ‘ Overlap ‘ .
“ I wouldn’t believe it if you talked to me two months ago that Manchester United would have Fred and Scott McTominay as key midfield duo and Anthony Martial. Bracing the target – because that’s the people who ‘ Red Devils ‘ fans or coaches in the name of the team leave the directory .
“ I want to say that the manager . Our team will definitely find stone work. ”
“ When a lot of clubs add – like Chelsea got Raheem Sterling in , Man City took Erling Haaland , Darwin Nunez went to Liverpool – then look at Manchester United because basically. And no cool person walks in the door. ”
Ten Hag ‘s arrival focuses on reinforcements such as left-back Tyrell Malacia , general Christian Eriksen and receiver Lisandro Martinez.