Frenkie de Jong no longer in for Barcelona Manchester united old trafford

Due to their financial condition, Barcelona is being forced to take a firm stance with some of their key players as the transfer window approaches.

Frenkie de Jong is one such player who faces an unclear future at Camp Nou. The Dutch international has been with the club for three years but has yet to reach his full potential Despite this, the midfielder has been a constant in the middle of the park, but he could be on his way out this summer.

According to Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona no longer considers Frenkie de Jong a priority and are willing to authorize a deal, despite Manchester United's strong desire to buy him.

The manager, Xavi Hernandez, had hoped to keep the 25-year-old midfielder on board. He recognizes, however, that the club needs to sell players to get out of their current financial crisis, and he is willing to part ways with de Jong.

The manager, on the other hand, wants Barcelona to bring in a capable replacement for the former AFC Ajax sensation. Bernardo Silva of Manchester City has been identified as a top target.

De Jong, for one, has been adamant about his desire to remain at Barcelona. The midfielder, though, would grudgingly leave Camp Nou now that the club is set to push him out.

De Jong also wanted to join a team that would compete in the UEFA Champions League next season, which Manchester United will not do. However, the presence of manager Erik ten Hag, who brought out the best in him at Ajax, may persuade him to join United.

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