Bayer Leverkusen, the prominent Bundesliga club, has firmly established a valuation for their coveted defender Jeremie Frimpong, igniting a surge of interest among top European clubs.
The English club reportedly approached Bayer Leverkusen to inquire about the player's availability, but the German team responded with a stern demand of 50 million euros.
This season, Frimpong has distinguished himself as one of the top defenders in the Bundesliga, attracting interest from various European teams. The Dutch-born Ghanaian defender is excited to join Erik Ten Hag's group at Manchester United according to reports in Germany.
Jeremie Frimpong has demonstrated tremendous promise, and his future in football seems bright. His current Bayer Leverkusen contract is set to expire in the summer of 2025, giving the team considerable influence over his future.
The full-back has provided eight goals and seven assists in the 33 Bundesliga games he has played this season, in addition to his defensive prowess.