Transfer Zone: Gary Neville urges Man United target to 'consider legal action' against Barcelona

Barcelona have spent over £80million during the summer transfer window, yet Dutchman Frenkie de Jong is still waiting to be paid £17million in deferred wages.

Manchester United great Gary Neville has since come out on social media to defend the player and has urged him to consider taking legal action against the club. 

Barcelona spent big on Leeds United star Raphinha and Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski as they look to compete for major honours once more.

However, while the La Liga giants have gone all out with the cheque book, it appears they still haven't settled their debts with their current midfielder.

De Jong agreed to have his wage deferred during the club's recent financial woes, but is yet to be paid.

Poor Frenkie will be on the first flight to Manchester if the story below is true.

Can't wait to have Monday Night Football back! Neville and Carragher would have a field day!

Arsenal fans have no reason to complain about their level of transfer spending.

Just look at those numbers…

There's more good news from the Emirates as it appears Nicolas Pepe will be staying.

Sticking with the Arsenal theme, former Gunner Cesc Fabregas is expected to join a second-tier Italian side.

The Spaniard is still just 35-years-old.

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