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Celtic mega Jeremie Frimpong transfer windfall at risk as X-rated Man Utd FFP warning follows PSG kibosh

Both Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have been warned about paying out for Bayer Leverkusen star Jeremie Frimpong - with Celtic facing a nervous wait for a sell-on payday.

The full-back has been a key figure in helping Xabi Alonso's side claim an historic first Bundesliga title and an unbeaten domestic campaign - which also saw the 23-year-old lift the DFD Pokal. The former Celtic defender has seen his star rise before he heads to Euro 2024 with the Netherlands - and Parkhead chiefs will be on high alert with a significant chunk of Frimpong's £34million release clause set to arrive in the Hoops' coffers should a switch from Leverkusen materialise this summer.

United had reportedly been among the frontrunners for a deal - but with owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe cutting costs at Old Trafford amid fears over Financial Fair Play (FFP) punishments Erik ten Hag has been urged to halt the recruitment drive. The Dutch boss has been told to tell Aaron Wan-Bissaka to 'f****** defend' by Dwight Yorke rather than spend big this summer.

He told Offshore Poker Sites: "If Jeremie Frimpong is a bit fragile defensively, then he'll be bought for a certain system by the manager. Nowadays, full-backs play much higher up the pitch and can play in all types of systems, but I don't know how Erik ten Hag wants to play.

"Man United already have a good right-back in Aaron Wan-Bissaka, but you can say he's the opposite of Frimpong, great defensively but not that great going forward. When we attack, we should be letting Wan-Bissaka sit back and offer more defensive protection, handling the one-on-one on the wing.

"Instead, Wan-Bissaka, who doesn't score or create, run around like a headless chicken in the opposition box, running in his