Manchester United’s new manager, Eric Ten Hag, laughs. After being pleaded not to bring a player to football at Old Trafford this summer
Eric Ten Hag could only laugh and smile. After being asked not to take Yerrian Timber to Manchester United. The 52-year-old will take charge of the Red Devils on July 1 2022. After the season in the Premier With United’s poor league. An overhaul is imminent as Ten Hag and the German have held talks ahead of the Dutchman’s arrival.
As he leaves Ajax fresh from the Eredivisie trophy. A number of their star players have been linked with a move to Manchester United hard. One of them is the 20-year-old centre-back. The 20-time England champions looking to add to the defensive line in the coming transfer window. After the position has been in trouble throughout the 2021-22 season with the captain’s form of play. Rey Maguire and Luke Shaw are underrated.
As the former Bayern Munich head coach prepares to retire from a successful season. His in holland He also praised his Utrecht-born defender. In addition to his football skills. He has the personality to be the captain of the team as well. Please don’t take him with you to which Ten Hag laughed.
Ten Hag also said he can’t wait to work with Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United next season. The 10 men will leave this summer to support the new manager’s overhaul and Ronaldo’s future has become a hot topic for the 37-year-old. One more year on his current contract, but when United do not qualify for the Champions League next season league. This raises doubts about whether he will stay at Manchester again in the UFABET summer.
However, Ten Hag once again revealed that Ronaldo will be a key player for him next season. In his final interview with Ajax as manager Ten Hag recalled a sideline conversation. The Portuguese star during the 2019 Champions League clash with Real Madrid. That was an interesting conversation said Ten Hag. I think he probably appreciated the way we played. He is a real winner and a great player. I can’t wait to work with him.”