Manchester United rumored to be upping their offer to Ajax in pursuit of signing Antony

Football’s competitiveness makes it more attractive to its fans, and Premier League giant Manchester United is utilizing this crucial aspect in the best possible way.

Another area of the game where competition is fierce is the transfer market. Every summer and winter window, clubs compete with one another to secure the best deals. As a result, they frequently outperform their competitors and even steal deals from one another.

Why does Manchester United desperately want to sign Antony from Ajax?

Manchester United fans finally had a reason to celebrate after defeating fierce rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford and also the Red Devils are set to complete the signing of Ajax winger Antony within the next week, after reportedly agreeing personal terms with the winger.

United were forced to intervene after the Brazilian allegedly failed to show up for training in order to complete the transfer, causing him to miss the game against Sparta Rotterdam in Eredivisie and the Brazilian did not appear at training on Saturday and was thus left out of the matchday squad for their match against Sparta Rotterdam on Sunday.

According to some social media reports, “Manchester United are expected to make an improved bid to Ajax for Antony this week.”

These reports surely indicates that Eric Ten Hag’s former pupil is now hoping for a meeting with his former boss at the Old Trafford after spending a few splendid seasons with the Amsterdam side.

Apart from sealing a deal for Antony, Manchester United executives will travel to Barcelona this week to try to finalize a deal for Frenkie de Jong, from the reports of Sport.

Ten Hag with Frenkie and Antony

According to De Telegraaf, Erik ten Hag is still determined to add the Dutchman to his squad and has persuaded the United hierarchy to make another attempt to sign Frenkie after positive talks with the star himself.

In conclusion, the Red Devil fans might be hopeful for a fresh squad under the supervision of manager Eric Ten Hag, which would threaten any opponent in the Premier League, Europa League, FA Cup, League Cup and beyond this season.


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