It's no news to learn that Frenkie de Jong doesn't really want a move to Manchester United but he's not completely closed off to moving from Barcelona.
If you aren't at least a little bit bored of the De Jong transfer saga that seemingly won't end then you're a better person than me, or maybe worse, I'm not sure.
Clearly his current club are more than willing to let the 25-year-old leave this summer, and have told him as much, which he wasn't too happy about.
De Jong isn't exactly sold on the idea of being sold, especially it seems to Old Trafford, with SPORT claiming that it's the buying club he has more of an issue with than leaving the Nou Camp.
The Spanish outlet say the former Ajax player doesn't like the idea of moving to Manchester, because he's not a fan of the place, or United, because of their sporting defects.
The report says that De Jong thinks the club hasn't been 'functioning' and that the running of the team has been 'erratic' from those in senior positions.
Whilst it might annoy fans to hear, it's not like they'd be disagreeing, considering they've literally protested against the running of the club from the Glazers.
Above all else however, is the fact that the midfielder wants to play in the Champions League next season, something he wouldn't get at Old Trafford.
That's where Chelsea come in, with Thomas Tuchel's being able to give him football in Europe's top club competition, having finished third in the league last season.
De Jong is also not against moving to London and thinks that Chelsea can compete for major trophies right now, unlike their English rivals.
Earlier reports have already claimed that the midfielder has told United of his preference of Premier League team, though they continue to pursue him,
Bayern Munich are also still in the mix but, above all else, staying in Barcelona remains his priority right now, even if they show no signs of wanting him.
On Tuesday night, the midfielder wasn't able to play in his position in a pre season friendly against Inter Miami, having to make do with a substitute appearance in defence.
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