MATTHIJS DE LIGT has snubbed a move to Manchester United - because they are no longer European giants.
United were willing to offer £60m for the Dutchman.
250,000 pounds per week was the offer placed on De Ligt's table who is not prioritising money over proper development now.
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According to the Spanish paper, Barcelona are in pole position to land the teenage sensation, who will lead his team out in the Champions League once more on Wednesday night when they face Spurs in the second leg of their semi-final.
Matthijs de Ligt, right, scores Ajax's opener during their Champions League semifinal with Tottenham Hotspur. "They are not the attractive proposition they once were", a "source" is even quoted as telling the Daily Star. "He's one of the most in demand stars on the planet".
The Spanish champions have already snapped up his Ajax team-mate Frenkie de Jong, who will be moving to Barcelona over the summer.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer desperately needs reinforcements this summer and the defence is one area that needs significant strengthening. However, a high ranking executive at the club has told ESPN FC there is still plenty of work to be done and that they are not taking anything for granted following the unexpected departure of Neymar in 2017 and their failure to sign Antoine Griezmann last summer.
His header in the fifth minute triggered the same reaction from football fans on social media; just why is Trippier marking De Ligt?!
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