Manchester United have endured a slow start to the transfer window, with Tyrell Malacia the only arrival thus far despite the club leaving for their pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia.
This summer, the club has been involved in a number of drawn-out transfer sagas, with their pursuit of Frenkie de Jong taking center stage.
Ten Hag would have preferred to have the midfielder signed by this point, but talks with Barcelona have been challenging. The most recent information suggests that the Catalan club is owed money by the Dutch international for unpaid wages.
De Jong is not for sale unless they are forced to separate ways, according to Barcelona president Joan Laporta, who publicly refuted speculations of his impending exit.
United remain in talks with Barcelona and now, it’s claimed that the Old Trafford club are working on up to four deals.