Manchester United head coach Erik ten Hag has reportedly urged the club to increase their offers for Ajax duo Lisandro Martinez and Antony. The Red Devils are understood to have had an opening offer of €50m (£42m) rejected by the Eredivisie champions for centre-back Martinez, while they have also seen a €60m (£51m) bid for forward Antony rebuffed. A recent report has claimed that United have now discovered the valuation of both players, with Ajax wanting €60m (£50.8m) for Martinez and €80m (£67.8m) for Antony.
According to The Times, Ten Hag is now pressing United to make improved offers for the pair, while both players are also hoping to force through a move to Old Trafford. The report adds that Ajax would prefer to recruit replacements before agreeing to sell either Martinez or Antony this summer. Martinez, who made 36 appearances for the Dutch giants last season, has also been linked with a move to Arsenal, but it is thought that the 24-year-old Argentina international would prefer to join Man United. Continue reading ” ERIK TEN HAG URGES MAN UNITED TO INCREASE MARTINEZ AND ANTONY OFFERS”