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Malasia is also attracting the attention of French club Lyon. Erik Ten Hag strongly scouted the 22-year-old who shares an agency with Frenkie de Jong, Donny van de Beek and Victor Lindelof. Malacia fits the profile Ten Hag wants in Old Trafford.

Michael Bridge and Anton Toloui update the latest on Manchester United’s interest for Feyenoord left-back Tyrell Malacia

Tyrell Malacia: Manchester United accelerate interest in Feyenoord defender fighting Lyon for signature

Malasia is also attracting the attention of French club Lyon. Erik Ten Hag strongly scouted the 22-year-old who shares an agency with Frenkie de Jong, Donny van de Beek and Victor Lindelof. Malacia fits the profile Ten Hag wants in Old Trafford.

Manchester United accelerated Feyenoord’s interest in left-back Tyrell Malasia in an attempt to beat Lyon for £13m.

Erik ten Hag strongly scouted the 22-year-old coach of Ajax, praising his speed, position awareness, high interception rate and spatial attack ability.

Malacia fits the profile of the player The Dutchman wants from Old Trafford and shares agency HCM Sports Management with Frenkie de Jong. This is the club’s top priority this summer. The same agency also represents Donny van de Beek and Victor Lindelof.

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Negotiations are going well for an initial £56m deal for the Barcelona midfielder, which will allow United to select other players from the roster for rebuilding.

According to reports from the Netherlands, an agreement has already been reached with Feyenoord and Malasia and United have not distanced themselves from their strong interest in the Dutch international.

United are back to pre-season training this week and Ten Hag will be in charge of his first session with the club’s players.

Analysis: Malasia could change the way United attack.
Sky Sports News reporter Anton Tolui:

“This is an interesting thing. Left-back is a good place for United. They don’t necessarily have to.

“One person I spoke to said he is the best left-back in the Eredivisie. Malasia is fast and he likes to go forward. He looks great, but I see a lot of brilliant recovery tackles that worry me when the defender has to step back.

“He’s thrown so much distance and he’s eager to be involved in plays that United fans want to see. He can change the way he attacks, so I can see why United are interested.”

Manchester United have signed a deal with De Jong.

De Jong details are still being discussed and there is still work to be done, but the confidence seems to have increased that a deal can be made.

Personal terms are not expected to be an issue for the midfielder, who played 46 matches for Barcelona last season and is currently on a four-year contract at Nou Camp.

De Jong played under new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag at Ajax and was part of the squad that doubled Eredivisie and the KNVB Cup and reached the Champions League semi-finals during the 2018/19 season.

His potential Old Trafford move is timely, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba have already left this summer, and the club has run out of options in the middle of the park.

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Their midfield needs to be upgraded if United are to play the “dominant and autocratic” football that Erik Ten Hagg wants. Sky Sports’ Peter Smith says Frenkie de Jong could be the solution.

The stylish midfielder does his best from the depths, passing a challenge or crossing the line to move the team up the pitch.

He rarely gives the ball. He had a passing rate of 91 percent in La Liga last season, and outperformed McTominay and Fred in those metrics as well as statistics measuring dribble success, quality of touch and the frequency with which they were lost.

De Jong may not be the only answer to United’s problems, but he will upgrade their central midfield division and give Ten Hag a way to play as he pleases.

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Tyrell Malacia: Manchester United accelerate interest in Feyenoord defender fighting Lyon for signature

Malasia is also attracting the attention of French club Lyon. Erik Ten Hag strongly scouted the 22-year-old who shares an agency with Frenkie de Jong, Donny van de Beek and Victor Lindelof. Malacia fits the profile Ten Hag wants in Old Trafford.

Manchester United accelerated Feyenoord’s interest in left-back Tyrell Malasia in an attempt to beat Lyon for £13m.

Erik ten Hag strongly scouted the 22-year-old coach of Ajax, praising his speed, position awareness, high interception rate and spatial attack ability.

Malacia fits the profile of the player The Dutchman wants from Old Trafford and shares agency HCM Sports Management with Frenkie de Jong. This is the club’s top priority this summer. The same agency also represents Donny van de Beek and Victor Lindelof.

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Transaction Complete | Premier League In-N-Out
Negotiations are going well for an initial £56m deal for the Barcelona midfielder, which will allow United to select other players from the roster for rebuilding.

According to reports from the Netherlands, an agreement has already been reached with Feyenoord and Malasia and United have not distanced themselves from their strong interest in the Dutch international.

United are back to pre-season training this week and Ten Hag will be in charge of his first session with the club’s players.

Analysis: Malasia could change the way United attack.
Sky Sports News reporter Anton Tolui:

“This is an interesting thing. Left-back is a good place for United. They don’t necessarily have to.

“One person I spoke to said he is the best left-back in the Eredivisie. Malasia is fast and he likes to go forward. He looks great, but I see a lot of brilliant recovery tackles that worry me when the defender has to step back.

“He’s thrown so much distance and he’s eager to be involved in plays that United fans want to see. He can change the way he attacks, so I can see why United are interested.”

Manchester United have signed a deal with De Jong.

De Jong details are still being discussed and there is still work to be done, but the confidence seems to have increased that a deal can be made.

Personal terms are not expected to be an issue for the midfielder, who played 46 matches for Barcelona last season and is currently on a four-year contract at Nou Camp.

De Jong played under new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag at Ajax and was part of the squad that doubled Eredivisie and the KNVB Cup and reached the Champions League semi-finals during the 2018/19 season.

His potential Old Trafford move is timely, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba have already left this summer, and the club has run out of options in the middle of the park.

How De Jong can help Ten Hag introduce the Ajax approach to Man Utd

Their midfield needs to be upgraded if United are to play the “dominant and autocratic” football that Erik Ten Hagg wants. Sky Sports’ Peter Smith says Frenkie de Jong could be the solution.

The stylish midfielder does his best from the depths, passing a challenge or crossing the line to move the team up the pitch.

He rarely gives the ball. He had a passing rate of 91 percent in La Liga last season, and outperformed McTominay and Fred in those metrics as well as statistics measuring dribble success, quality of touch and the frequency with which they were lost.

De Jong may not be the only answer to United’s problems, but he will upgrade their central midfield division and give Ten Hag a way to play as he pleases.

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