The Frenkie de Jong transfer saga with Barcelona may have just come to an end.

Speaking on Saturday, Barca president Joan Laporta provided updates on several transfer matters within the club. He also touched on de Jong’s status at the club, where he noted that he has “no intention” of offloading the Dutch international over the ongoing summer transfer window.

“There are many clubs that want him, not just Man United,” Laporta said. “We have no intention of selling him, he wants to stay.

“I’m going to do everything to keep Frenkie, but there’s also a salary issue and that would have to be adjusted.”

The future of de Jong at Barca has been up in the air as of late. He has mainly been linked with Manchester United for a possible move, as one report in May did note that there is a “95 percent” chance that the midfielder would leave the Catalan club for the Premier League side.

Barca has been in touch with Manchester United over the possibility of completing a deal that would see de Jong go on to reunite with his former Ajax manager in Erik ten Hag. Sky Sports News recently noted that both clubs have a “broad agreement” on a €65 million deal for such a move that also includes performance-related add-ons.

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This comes as, although de Jong has second thoughts about joining Manchester United and thus not playing in the UEFA Champions League competition next season, ten Hag reportedly views him as a transfer “priority.”

Overall, de Jong is coming off of a season where he featured in 32 La Liga fixtures with Barcelona. He logged six total goal contributions and also posted a 1.1 tackles per match average.