Manchester United transfer target, Frenkie De Jong has been spotted having fun with fellow country man Memphis Depay ahead of Barcelona's pre-season trip to the United States.
Whilst the transfer saga linking him to Manchester United the Netherlands international took to his verified Instagram account to share a video of himself diving into the sea with Memphis Depay. The red devil's have an agreement on a fee worth £63 million with Barcelona for Frenkie De Jong but personal terms is still an issue as he wants to stay at Barcelona.
The sale of Frenkie De Jong will give Barcelona a huge financial boost and a go-ahead from La Liga to register their new summer signings. Barcelona have held many talks with De Jong and have made it clear to the Dutchman that they can't pay him the money his contract stipulates.
Meanwhile, Barcelona is owing De Jong a whooping £17 million on wages which Manchester United believes is the reason for the hold up in the deal. Barcelona will travel to the US today to begin their pre-season tour, with fixtures with Inter Miami, New York Red Bull, Juventus, Real Madrid all lined up.
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