Watch Man Utd transfer target Frenkie de Jong fall down stairs as he steps off Barcelona coach | The Sun

FRENKIE DE JONG gave Barcelona a scare when fell off the coach when they arrived that their hotel in Saudi Arabia.

The Catalan giants are in the Middle East ahead of their Super Cup semi-final with Real Betis tomorrow night.


They face Betis with the winner meeting the winner of tonight's other tie between Villarreal and Real Madrid on Sunday.

Barcelona qualified for the tournament due to being runners-up to their El Clasico rivals in La Liga last season.

But De Jong's trip to the Middle East didn't get off to the best start.

That's because when he was making his way off the coach after it pulled up at the hotel, he took a fall.

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As the Dutchman was walking off the coach he completely lost his balance and slipped down the stairs.

The midfielder looked confused, although after briefly turning back to see what had happened, he regained his composure and walked on.

De Jong has been straight back in Xavi's XI after the World Cup, starting both league games with Espanyol and Atletico Madrid.

And the 25-year-old's future now firmly looks to be with the Spanish giants despite interest from Manchester United since last summer.

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That's after president Joan Laporta said that he won't be sold at any point this year.

He said: "Frenkie de Jong is not for sale.

"He wasn't for sale in the summer and he won't leave this year.

"De Jong is a very appealing footballer, we know that, but I insist he's not for sale."

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