Manchester United have reportedly tabled a €60million bid for Ajax winger Antony.
Antony's agent has been trying to secure a move to United and the Premier League since the Eredivisie season ended, according to Goal.
The Brazilian is coming off a season where he tallied eight goals and four assists in 23 league games, as well as another two goals and four assists in seven Champions League fixtures, showing he has what it takes at the highest level.
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Goal's report says the back-to-back Eredivisie champions are determined to hold onto Antony for another season, and with three years still remaining on his contract, Ajax are in control of the negotiations.
United's offer has fallen well below Ajax's acceptable figure, which is said to be €80m, although the discussions are ongoing.
The Old Trafford club are also linked with Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans, according to The Sun, as well as Napoli striker and hot commodity Victor Osimhen, who ESPN claims is fetching a price north of €100m.
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