PSG To Beat Man City To £75m-Rated Star

PSG To Beat Man City To £75m-Rated Star

Barca appear to have quite a strict wage hierarchy and don't want to break that - something that they worry PSG, and potentially Manchester City, aren't so fussed about.

Barcelona are believed to view De Jong as the long-term successor to Sergio Busquets, as the pair share a similar skill set. Both teams narrowed down one youngster from Ajax.

Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has refused to rule out the Bundesliga giants making a move for Ajax prodigy Frenkie de Jong.

The 21-year-old hinted that he has been watching the Premier League leaders and Chelsea this season. But a certain French club called PSG might have other ideas.

Manchester City may miss out on Ajax's Frenkie de Jong with reports that he has chosen to join Paris Saint-Germain next summer.

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Mbappe's France played Netherlands twice in the UEFA Nations League and the 19-year-old striker was said to be so impressed with De Jong that he "called on the club leadership" to sign the midfielder. The player has supposedly given Ajax the green light to negotiate his future. However, with numerous side's interested in De Jong's signature, this certainly has the potential to develop into an incredibly eventful transfer saga.

Now it appears he is going to miss out on another target - De Telegraaf are reporting that De Jong has made a decision to sign for PSG, in a deal worth €75 million.

"We'll see if he goes to Paris". Maybe I'll stay for another year, maybe I'll leave. But I am not sure. I don't pay attention to it.

Even French sensation Kylian Mbappe was raving about the Dutch wonder-kid after going against him on worldwide duty."He is a player who really impressed me during our two matches with the Netherlands", he told France Football.

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