The Red Devils have agreed a deal with Feyenoord for Malacia, with the club now in talks with the left-back's agent over a switch to Old Trafford.
Meanwhile, the 20-time English champions have allegedly reached a "broad agreement" with Barcelona for the transfer of De Jong, with the club potentially paying an upfront fee of £56.2m for the Dutchman.
There have been claims that De Jong has told Barcelona that he wants to remain at Camp Nou, but Man United are believed to be confident of securing his signature.
With that in mind, Sports Mole takes a look at how Man United could line up next season if they manage to bring all three players to the club.
David de Gea is again set to be Man United's number one goalkeeper next season, while Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane and Diogo Dalot could all be important parts of Ten Hag's plans during the 2022-23 campaign, despite the team struggling defensively last term.
Luke Shaw is allegedly in Ten Hag's thinking for the left-back spot, but Malacia will feel that he is capable of securing the position, and it would certainly not be a surprise to see the Netherlands international become an important player for the Red Devils moving forward.
The right-sided attacking spot has been a problem for Man United to fill in recent years, so it is not a surprise that the club are keen on bringing Antony to Old Trafford.
The Brazil international scored 12 goals and registered 10 assists in 32 appearances for Ajax during the 2021-22 campaign, including two goals and four assists in seven Champions League outings.
Ten Hag is believed to want two quick wingers to play either side of Ronaldo, with Sancho and Antony potentially featuring in the final third of the field next term.
Man United desperately underachieved last season considering the quality in their squad, and Ten Hag will certainly believe that he can improve the fortunes of the likes of Maguire, Varane and Fernandes, with the trio failing to reach their top level during the 2021-22 season. body check tags ::