Monday, 20 June 2022

Manchester United are slow in the transfer market, Erik ten Hag blames management

By db-admin – Manchester United coach, Erik ten Hag, is reportedly furious with his team’s movement in the transfer market. He felt that Man United were too slow in bringing in players.

Erik ten Hag takes on the challenge of managing Manchester United who are declining.

Previously, he had a pretty brilliant track record with Ajax Amsterdam.

To get Man United back on track, Ten Hag realized he needed to make a change. One of them is to bring in new players.

A number of names have also been presented to management. For example, Barcelona midfielder, Frenkie de Jong.

In addition, Ten Hag also wants to bring in his former player, Jurrien Timber and Lisandro Martinez. Both are prepared as reinforcements in the Man United back line.

However, until now no players have arrived. A number of negotiations has been stalled.

In the case of Frenkie de Jong, Manchester United had difficulty convincing the midfielder. In addition, the first offer worth €60 million plus a bonus of €10 million was also rejected.

On the other hand, Man United are also in danger of failing to sign Martinez as Arsenal are quickly negotiating.

According to The Telegraph, this condition has made Erik ten Hag furious. He was annoyed and frustrated because Man United’s management was slow in bringing in players. In fact, he wants new players to come soon so that the adaptation period can be carried out as early as possible.

Meanwhile, according to the latest news, Manchester United are reportedly starting to look for alternatives to Frenkie de Jong. That player is Adrien Rabiot who Juventus want to release. The value of the French midfielder is estimated at €15 million.

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