Inter Milan full-back Denzel Dumfries changes agent amidst Manchester United interest
Denzel Dumfries, who plays for Inter Milan, has changed his agent amidst interest from Manchester United in his signature, according to Calciomercato (h/t The Sun).
Previously, Rafaela Pimenta was in the Holland international’s camp. However, now, the full-back will be represented by the Wasserman Group, who also look after the Red Devils’ stars Alejandro Garnacho and Phil Jones.
The 26-year-old’s current contract with the Nerazzurri is set to expire in the summer of 2025. Premier League rivals Arsenal and Chelsea will look to challenge the Old Trafford side in pursuit of the defender’s services.
Dumfries signed for the Italian outfit in the summer of 2021 from PSV Eindhoven. Since then, the Holland international has been a key player for Simone Inzaghi’s team.
In the current campaign, the 26-year-old has once again been a key player for Inter. Apart from him, the Nerazzurri also have former United defender Matteo Darmian in their ranks for the right-full-back position.
Dumfries showcased his talent on the biggest stage in the 2022 World Cup. The 26-year-old was influential on both ends of the pitch for the Oranje in Qatar.
At the moment, Erik ten Hag has Diogo Dalot and Aaron Wan-Bissaka at his disposal. The Dutch manager has preferred the Portugal international over the former Crystal Palace star in the starting lineup this season.
The English national has only recently been handed opportunities by the gaffer. However, the former FC Porto star has still been the former Ajax head coach’s first choice.
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It remains to be seen what a change in Dumfries’ management means for his future. But before looking to acquire the Holland international’s services next summer, it would make sense for the Red Devils to part ways with one of their right-backs.