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BREAKING! Manchester United Submits Another Bid For Frenkie De Jong! [DETAILS]

Manchester United have increased their bid for Frenkie De Jong, MySportDab reports.

Unlike other top Premier League rivals, United are yet to sign a player since the transfer market opened.

Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal have all signed their target players.

The top six clubs are still expecting to land groundbreaking deals and signings.

READ ALSO: Frenkie De Jong To Manchester United New Transfer Issue CONFIRMED!

The reverse is the case for Manchester United, who are yet to sign a player.

The Old Trafford club have indicated an interest in signing Frenkie De Jong from Barcelona.

Ten Hag had submitted a €60million bid for the former Ajax player.

But it was rejected by Barcelona, who are anticipating a whooping €86million for the player.

According to reports, the Red Devils have increased their bid for Frenkie De long.

The Red Devils have submitted a €65million bid for Frenkie De Jong.

The new, improved bid is a €5million increase from the previous proposal, and Barcelona is yet to respond to the latest request.

New Manager Erik Ten Hag had insisted on signing De Jong as he embarked on a plan to overhaul the United squad.

De King has made his Barcelona future known, but it has been that the Catalans are ready to sell the play.

Barcelona’s decision to sell the player is due to the financial deadlock the club has run into since the outbreak of Covid.

Already, the Spanish giants had lost Lionel Messi to French Champions PSG on a free transfer.

It was a difficult decision, but the Catalans had no choice due to their financial position.

Meanwhile, Lewandowski has been on the radar of the Spanish giants.

The 33-year-old had announced his decision to leave the Bavarians, although he still has a year remaining in his contract.

Barcelona expects to finance their transfer plans with the proceeds from a potential deal with Man United on De Jong.

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