New Manchester United manager, Erik Ten Hag is looking up for a club rebuild this summer transfer window
However, Manchester United will make a significate transfer this summer to bring in new players
Erik ten Hag has told the club to spend £115million on two key transfer targets this summer, according to The Mirror via Metro UK
Ten Hag has identified Ajax defender Jurrien Timber and Benfica striker Darwin Nunez as two of his priority signings this summer
Moreover, and wants Manchester United to spend £1115million to bring them both to Manchester
Ajax is reportedly demanding £35million for Timber, who thrived under Ten Hag at Ajax.
Benfica is reportedly demanding between £80million to £100million for Nunez, who is in demand after scoring 34 goals in 41 appearances for Benfica this season
Ten Hag reportedly wants at least six new signings this summer as he looks to overhaul a squad that finished sixth in the Premier League and has failed to win a trophy since 2017.
Edinson Cavani confirmed he is leaving the club this summer, signing a striker this summer is a priority for Manchester United boss Ten Hag
Cavani said as he confirmed he’s leaving Manchester United this summer.
“I sincerely have nothing but words of gratitude towards the fans and supporters of Manchester United,”
“Honestly, they have shown me a lot of respect from the very first moment I arrived.
“I think they’ve greatly recognized all the hard work I’ve always tried to put in in the best way possible, giving my best for this team.