Manchester United could spend just £14m on right-back overhaul after Jeremie Frimpong decision

According to reports, Manchester United will make significant changes to their right-back lineup this summer.

At Old Trafford, United are preparing for what is anticipated to be a hectic summer transfer season. After taking over management of United’s football operations earlier this year, Sir Jim Ratcliffe and the Ineos Group are in charge of their first summer window together.

Throughout the season, there has been conjecture regarding Erik ten Hag’s future. In spite of the uncertainty, rumors of a possible exit are rampant and United is still being linked to a number of possible summer window additions.

The Sun claims that Aaron Wan Bissaka is getting ready to leave United this week. Wan-Bissaka’s contract, which is slated to expire in 2025 after United exercised his option to extend it by an additional year back in January, has left many wondering about his future.

Wan-Bissaka appears not to be a part of Ratcliffe and Ineos’ long-term plan, though. According to the source, United is willing to let Wan-Bissaka leave the team this summer and would consider offers of up to £20 million.

Just four United players, as far as MEN Sport is aware, have not been added to the transfer list for this summer. It’s believed that the only players who aren’t open to transfers are Andre Onana, Kobbie Mainoo, Alejandro Garnacho, and Rasmus Hojlund.

There have been rumors circulating that Jeremie Frimpong will most likely be leaving Bayer Leverkusen this summer. Frimpong, who helped Leverkusen win their first-ever Bundesliga title this season, has been strongly linked to a move to United.

German news source Sport Bild claims that Frimpong would prefer to leave Leverkusen than stay with the team under Xabi Alonso’s management. Frimpong’s contract reportedly has a release clause worth €40 million (£34 million), which will only make it more likely that the defender will leave Leverkusen.

There are other clubs who have reportedly expressed interest in signing Frimpong besides United. Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, and other unidentified Premier League teams are apparently in the running for the right-back position.

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