Man Utd ‘refuse to use tactic in Frenkie de Jong transfer chase’ as details emerge

Yet that hasn’t happened, with none ‘coming forward at the levels they’re talking about’.

Barcelona have told De Jong about their agreement with United.

But with the midfielder also owed wages, which are believed to be worth in the region of £17m, he’s hesitant to jump ship just yet.

While that’s the case, however, the Dutchman is ‘not happy’ about the way the situation is being handled by his current club.

De Jong has always given his all for Barcelona and, as a child, often vacationed in the city.

Even as recently as a month ago he branded them the ‘best club in the world’ and has little appetite to leave a team he grew up supporting.

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