In need of new additions to strengthen its 2022-2023 project, Manchester United is willing to invest a large sum of money to the new project led by Dutch manager Erik ten Hag. Precisely, and according to the latest information, the club is willing to spend north of 100 million euros.
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Manchester United will be one of the teams to follow during the next few months of the transfer window. After a tremendously complicated season in which the proposed objectives were not achieved and seeing how the rest of the Premier League giants have already made big-name signings, the Old Trafford team will try to meet the demands of coach Erik ten Hag.
Several names have been put on the table, although no significant progress has been made on any of the possible signings. Now, with a few days left until the end of June, England has provided us with more information about the Red Devils' plans.
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According to The Sun, Manchester United will put no less than €120 million on the table for the Dutch coach so that he can add new pieces to his project. This sum may be increased with what can be earned with some departures, although no significant offers have arrived.
With this amount on the table, and several names on the agenda such as FC Barcelona's Dutch midfielder Frenkie de Jong, there is no doubt that the Mancunians will be one of the teams to follow in the coming weeks.