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BREAKING! Man United Dealt Final Blow On Frenkie De Jong! (FULL DETAILS)

Man United has been dealt a final blow in their dogged attempt to sign Frenkie De Jong from Barcelona, MySportDab reports.

Man United had reportedly agreed to a £63m deal with Barcelona over the transfer of the highly-rated midfielder to Old Trafford.

MySportDab understands that Barcelona have been maintaining a double face over the Man United Frenkie De Jong deal.

Barcelona President Laporta has come out publicly to declare that Frenkie De Jong is not for sale despite having received an offer for the player.

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Reports coming from the Old Trafford negotiation team have it that Old Trafford have agreed on a deal with Barcelona over the player.

It was revealed that Barcelona were exploring possible options to shift the burden of their £17m debt owed De Jong to Man United as part of the deal.

Despite efforts by Old Trafford led by Erik Ten Hag to sign the player, De Jong has maintained that he wants to stay at Barca.

Man United has continued to push for the player despite Frenkie De Jong’s insistence on staying at Barcelona.

It appears that Man United have been hit with the final blow in their pursuit of the midfielder as it stands.

According to Dailymail, Frenkie De Jong has finally opened up on his intention concerning moves by the Red Devils to bring him to Old Trafford.

He has now told Man United that he will NOT join the Old Trafford club this summer, Dailymail reports.

This may be a final blow to Erik Ten Hag’s effort to reunite with his former Ajax and Dutch star.

The new Man United manager has made it clear that Frenkie is his prime target and is central to his planned attempt to rebuild the Red Devils.

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