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Erik ten Hag made signing Dutch international Frenkie de Jong from Barcelona his first objective upon joining Manchester United.

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After failing to do so, he chose to entice Casemiro, a seasoned DM who assisted us in qualifying for the Champions League the previous season.

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The Brazilian international, who has mostly been sidelined this season due to injury, is past his peak.

However, Amrabat and Mount, who were signed in the summer, have not been able to produce well in the middle at Old Trafford.

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The midfield dilemma needs to be solved in such a situation, and rumors have it that Ten Hag has once more resorted to his countryman.

To ultimately sign De Jong, Man Utd is reportedly ready to make an offer of £77.5 million (90 million euros), according to a Spanish outlet, Nacional.

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The Red Devils aim to take advantage of Barcelona’s financial difficulties and pay them £77.5 million to persuade them to let go of the Oranje midfield player, according to the Catalan news outlet.

The English behemoths are also prepared to pay De Jong a salary that is significantly more than what he is now receiving at Nou Camp.

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Man Utd sorely needs a player like him in the middle of the pitch since he is among the best deep-lying midfielders in the world.

Ten Hag helped De Jong thrive at Ajax, but rumors have it that the 26-year-old wants to stay at Barcelona for a long time and does not want to go.

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