Manchester United are on guard to sign Eredivisie-based players due to a match between Memphis Depays and Donny van de Beek, according to a report.
Manchester United is reportedly on guard to pick up Eredivisie-based players during the summer transfer window due to the matches from Memphis Depay and Donny van de Beek.
The Red Devils confirmed Erik ten Hag as their new head coach last week, when the Dutchman was to officially take charge of the club at the end of the 2021-22 campaign.
Ten Hag is believed to be keen on bringing a couple off Ajax players with him, with Antony and Jurrien Timber among those associated with the move to Old Trafford in the upcoming market.
But according to Manchester Evening NewsMan United are cautious about picking up Eredivisie-based players in the upcoming market due to Memphis and Van de Beek’s matches.
Memphis represented the Red Devils between 2015 and 2017, scoring just two Premier League goals during a disappointing period at Old Trafford.
Van de Beek, meanwhile, still has a contract with Man United, but was sent on loan to Everton in January after fighting for football in the first half of the 2021-2022 campaign.
However, the midfielder could get the chance to kickstart his Red Devils career under Ten Hag as he starred under the Dutchman during their time together at Ajax.