Man Utd target Antony 'tells Ajax he wants transfer in next 48 HOURS after Red Devils make huge £84m offer | The Sun

AJAX forward Antony has reportedly told the club he wants to secure a move to Manchester United within the next 48 HOURS.

SunSport exclusively revealed on Wednesday night that the Red Devils are on the bring of finally completing a deal for the Brazilian winger, 22.

It comes after a summer-long saga in which Man Utd have continually struggled to secure his signature.

According to De Telegraaf, Antony is now putting pressure on Ajax to ensure the transfer is sealed within the next two days.

He played no part in their 1-0 win over Sparta Rotterdam at the weekend, with his last appearance coming in a 6-1 victory over Groningen on August 14 – a match he scored in.

The huge deal is set to consist of £74m up front and a further £10m in add-ons.

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Antony has played 82 times for Ajax, scoring 24 goals and providing 22 assists.

If a deal is finalised, he will become Erik ten Hag's fifth signing of the summer.

Christian Eriksen, Lisandro Martinez and Tyrell Malacia were all brought in several weeks ago.

Then on Monday, five-time Champions League winner Casemiro was unveiled to the Old Trafford crowd ahead of their clash with Liverpool.

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And United are not expected to stop there.

They have been heavily linked with a move for PSV forward Cody Gakpo – who is valued at around £42m.

And they are also rumoured to be interested in a return for Holland international Memphis Depay.

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