Ten Hag told defender will cost Man United £30M to sign in summer
Man United will reportedly have to pay £30million to bring Jurrien Timber to Old Trafford this summer.
Now that Erik Ten Hag has been confirmed as the man that will lead the club into a new era, it will mean that the Dutchman could look to sign a number of players in a summer revamp.
This Man United squad has defensive issues, cannot score the goals the club need and will need to replace both Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic, as they will be leaving the club for nothing in the transfer window.
Erik ten Hag is reportedly keen to sign Ajax defender as he will want to improve that back-line – and according to transfers journalist Ekrem Konur, Man United will have to pay £30 million to get a transfer deal done
The news comes after Florian Plettenberg, a correspondent for Bayern Munich – opened up and claimed that he could be heading for the Premier League giants – Plettenberg said: “Bayern inquired about him but it is said the 20 year-old could join Ten Hag at Manchester United.
“Talks with his management have taken place and Manchester United is seriously interested”
Now that Ten Hag is the new boss, he will know what players can make an impact on the side and what players cannot
He knows Timber better than anyone, so if he feels that the defender is ready to test himself in the Premier League, then he will make a move
It will be interesting to see if United make a move, as Timber certainly has the ability to make that next step up to one of the big clubs – and to be honest £30 million is not alot of money to pay for a proven Champions League player is it?
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