United has been pushing back against their bid of PS 51m for Ajax’s Antony, with Ajax holding out for even more cash. Ajax wants EUR80 million for Antony, with United still nowhere near enough of that figure. Ajax reportedly pushed their asking price for star winger Antony to EUR 80m, with Manchester United ramping up their efforts to sign him. Antony is still going for Manchester United. After failing in an attempt by Eric Ten Hag to sign Jurien Timber, the Dutchman has tempted Ajax Lisandro Martinez away. He is now pushing for the star winger Antony. Antony reportedly is not too pleased about a EUR 80 million asking price, which he believes could hinder his chances of moving to the Premier League this season. Antony’s agent has already talked with Ajax and tried to convince Ajax to reduce their asking price. Manchester United are still looking to move forward in negotiations to sign Antony. However, Ajax is setting an unrealistic price tag on the Brazilian striker.
New head coach Eric ten Hag knows that the squad is thin in some areas. With Manchester United having so many games this season, including Thursday nights Europa League fixtures and a World Cup, attacking reinforcements are essential, and Antony fits that bill perfectly. Manchester United, after Sir Alex, has failed to win the Premier League, and this season, they feel they can go full throttle and challenge for the title and the other championships. With the new coach on the wheel, the Red Devils believe they can qualify for the UCL this season.
There are many speculations about CR7 requesting the club for an exit, but the new coach suggests he might not. During this transfer window, they are having a tough time getting the favoured player and are still trying to get them before the transfer window ends. They are pursuing the deal for FC Barcelona’s midfield De Jong, but there are some disputes between the player. The new manager is also looking for a player who plays for his former club, and we feel she is suitable for the Red Devils.
The Brazilian is a creative and clever player. His arrival from Sao Paulo was heralded as a re-enactment of the David Neres transfer a few years ago. Still, in actuality, Antony is more like the lately departed Hakim Ziyech. Antony frequently hangs wide on the right to generate speed after taking up the ball and pushing inwards. His pace from a standing start is rapid, and his outstanding balance and core body strength allow him to stay on his feet even under intense pressure – he is a hard worker, the sort of player who cleans up after himself.