Manchester United has spent well over £200 million since the transfer season opened, and manager Erik ten Hag may not be through yet as the clock approaches Deadline Day.
Manchester United has already spent more than £200 million in the summer transfer window, but Erik ten Hag may not be ready to close the books just yet.
Antony became the club’s latest big-money signing earlier this week, joining from Ajax in an £85 million deal, putting an end to one of the window’s longest-running transfer sagas. He joined Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez, and Casemiro at the 13-time Premier League champions, who could still be active today.
Manchester United has already spent over £200million in the summer transfer window, but Erik ten Hag might not be ready to put away the checkbook just yet.
Antony became the latest big-money arrival at Old Trafford earlier this week as he joined from Ajax in an £85million deal, putting an end to one of the window’s longest-running transfer sagas. He followed Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez, and Casemiro through the doors at the 13-time Premier League champions, who could still be active throughout
The 28-year-old played for United between 2015 and 2017, but fell short of expectations and moved on to Lyon, where he shined and earned a move to Barcelona. Despite scoring 13 goals for the Catalan giants last season, it has been suggested that he is free to depart the Nou Camp now that Robert Lewandowski has arrived.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Depay is “considering an offer” to return to the Red Devils and play under Ten Hag.