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Neville says 'De Jong should take into account criminal movement' against Barcelona

Barcelona reportedly owe Frenkie de Jong deferred wages, that is a sticking point in regard to a ability move to Manchester United.

Gary Neville believes that Frenkie de Jong must "don't forget prison action" towards Barcelona.

The Netherlands international is a goal for Manchester United, who've reportedly agreed a charge with Barca for the previous Ajax midfielder.

However, De Jong is supposedly eager to stay at Barca, even as it has also been claimed the Spanish club owe the 25-12 months-antique €20million in wages.

That is after De Jong deferred his wages with the intention to help Barca address their financial difficulties for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Yet regardless of their monetary issues, Barca have delivered in some of large-money signings this switch window, inclusive of Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich and Raphinha from Leeds United.

And United notable Neville believes that De Jong should take into account taking Barcelona to courtroom over their failure to pay him the wages he deferred to help out the membership.

He tweeted: "De Jong should consider felony motion v Barcelona and all gamers have to be in the back of him!

"A membership spending fortunes on new players while not paying those they have got underneath settlement their full cash is immoral and a breach."

He additionally known as upon FIFPRO, the consultant employer for professional footballers, to take action in opposition to what Neville calls "bullying."

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