Dutch defender Denzel Dumfries has changed agents amid Manchester United interest and a possible summer move.

The World Cup star is eyeing a move to the Premier League in the summer, reports Calciomercato.

Dumfries has been on Manchester United’s radar for a while, with Gazzetta dello Sport reporting interest from the Red Devils earlier this month.

The Netherlands international is under contract at Inter Milan until 2025, signing for the club from PSV Eindhoven in 2021.

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Dumfries changes agents

Calciomercato reports Denzel Dumfries was previously represented by Rafaela Pimenta, who took over after the death of Mino Raiola last year.

He has now signed with the Wasserman agency, whose clients include Real Madrid’s Federico Valverde.

Dumfries is an option at the right-back position, a situation which remains cloudy for Manchester United heading into 2023/24.

Diogo Dalot and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have split playing time and performed fairly well, and it is conceivable to see United running it back with both players.

It’s just as possible that Erik ten Hag will look to sell one, and sign a player he views as an upgrade. Dumfries has three goals and five assists for Inter this season and is a possibility.

Dalot’s contract is also up in 2024. FCInterNews reported last December that a Dalot for Dumfries swap could be proposed.

This would seem unlikely, but it might suit both parties if it is an upgrade Erik ten Hag wants to make.

But if he doesn’t head to United. Dumfries might push to find a Premier League side who do want him instead. His recent decision to switch agents suggests he is gearing up for a summer departure.

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