Manchester United have been handed their opportunity to sign Jeremie Frimpong from Bayer Leverkusen this summer, with the defender ‘clearly inclined’ to move on.

That’s according to SportBILD, who say the Dutchman will decide where he is going before the European Championships in Germany.

The newspaper reports that Leverkusen may be unbeaten on the pitch but they’re facing their first defeat of the season off of it as Frimpong is leaning towards a departure.

He has a €40m release clause in his current contract but that has to be activated before the Euros kicks off and fortunately, he has plenty of suitors.

In England there is a long list of admirers including Manchester United, who have been linked with a move since Erik ten Hag arrived at the club.

They are considered to be one of the clubs ‘in the best position’ for the Netherlands international and the defender is now ready to make a move this summer.

That doesn’t mean he wants to join Manchester United specifically, but the door is very much open for them as Frimpong is ready to move on and the release clause is there to be activated.

Given the right-back area remains a problem, and there have been reports doubting Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s future, it seems like an opportunity to be taken.