Nigel de Jong AC Milan
Profile of the Dutch footballer Nigel de Jong, who currently plays as a midfielder at AC Milan. The 29-year old player Jong joined Milan from Man City and wears the number 34 shirt.
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“AC Milan have ruled out selling Nigel de Jong, amid speculation that Manchester United want to grab the Dutchman before the transfer window closes.”
““A lot of Dutch players have played in this great club, big names. I’m just happy to be finally here. "I spoke to [Milan’s Dutch international] Nigel de Jong and he told me very good things about this club.”
“Manchester United are reportedly closing in on a deal for Holland international Nigel de Jong, with the Express reporting that the AC Milan midfielder will move to the club for £8 million in the next few hours.”
“Manchester United are reportedly trying to secure a late deal for AC Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong.”
“Manchester United are reportedly set to make a late swoop for AC Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong. It is believed that the Serie A club are willing to part with the player for a fee of around £8m.”
“Vidal remains the Dutch boss's top choice but United's reluctance to pursue the Chilean could see them settle for De Jong instead. Indeed, reports suggest that United will make an £8m bid for the former Manchester City man before the window closes at 11pm.”
“Manchester United are stepping up talks for AC Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong.”
“Manchester United could sign Nigel de Jong from AC Milan, after failing to persuade Arturo Vidal, claims reports.”
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