De ligt will reject united deal (See reasons)

The netherland and ajax block, mattjits de ligt, who has been linked to best clubs in the world will reject a move to the premier league club, manchester united.

De ligt move, is one of the most discussed transfer in the world due to big and influencial clubs bidding for the 19year old centre back.

After the masterclass displayed at the netherland leagues and UCL last season, Johan cruyff arena captain, tactically became one of the most wanted transfers in the world.

However, Goal has it that, the young block will reject a move to Manchester united for the lack of UCL ball. United clearly would not play in the next UCL competition after finishing sixth in the league.

De ligt, has contributed alot with goals and attacks despite being a defender, to Ajax success in the league, league cup, Ucl, where they were knocked out after tottenham comeback at the semi finals, and in the netherlands while playing the UEFA league of nations.

Former chelsea man , Gullit, has told omnisports why he thinks de ligt won’t choose manchester united over PSG or Barcelona Fc, when asked where De Ligt will sign.

He said;

I don’t think it’ll be Manchester United, they don’t play in the Champions League,

I think he wants to play in the Champions League, so that’s unfortunate for Manchester United.

Nevertheless, Gullit hopes de ligt makes the right decision, since, he have alot of suitors to choose from.

It’s going to be difficult [for a lot of teams], a lot of them [big teams] might have UEFA [transfer] bans, so there’s a lot that’s going on still.

So I hope he makes the right decision for himself.

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