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REPORTS: Barcelona Has Finally Revealed The Transfer Price They Want For Frenkie De Jong

Barcelona News Transfer: Barcelona is open to selling Frenkie De Jong if the right offer comes through. Currently, they value the Dutch midfielder at £100m.


In the current transfer market, even the three-figure asking price doesn’t surprise many. Due to inflation, it seems that the elite clubs are not hesitant to splash their cash when it comes to signing top-class players.

For £80m, Cristiano Ronaldo had joined Real Madrid from Manchester United which was already a blockbuster move at that time. And now, even a fee of £70-80m looks mediocre for most of the top clubs.


The same is the case with De Jong as Erik Ten Hag is desperate to have him on his team. Barcelona is not budging with the fee and they want either the full £100m or £80m + the rest of £20m in variables.

The Red Devils had their first bid rejected, offering £60m for De Jong. But, Barcelona doesn’t want to make any less than the initial £75m they paid to bring Frenkie De Jong to Spain.

The 25-year-old midfielder didn’t make any call on the move. He had even claimed that he was happy at Barcelona and the club didn’t inform him about any particular interests.


But now, he is open to the idea of joining Manchester United this summer.

Barcelona News Transfer:  Conversations With Erik Ten Hag Changed Frenkie’s Mind Regarding His Future

It has been reported that Frenkie De Jong had many conversations with the new manager Erik ten Hag. Both the individuals had played together at Ajax from 2016 to 2019. They won the league title twice and also reached the semi-finals of the Champions League.

The Dutch midfielder is quite familiar with Ten Hag’s style of play and he knows that it will suit him at Manchester United. The manager himself has tried his best to convince him about the project and how important he is to the team.


As things stand, United are busy negotiating with the Catalan giants and is trying to match their ideologies regarding the move.


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