Manchester United have begun making plans for further reforms to the team in the summer under current Ajax coach Erik ten Hag.
The Dutch coach’s appointment is widely expected to be confirmed as the next long-term appointment at Old Trafford’s touchline after he jumped to the top of the queue to take the reins from current interim president Rangnick, and United have already listed a cadre of existing players who could Lay them out in the summer to make room for the expected restrictions.
As David McDonnell, the Mirror football correspondent in Manchester, reported, Marcus Rashford And Anthony Martial are just two of six first-team players who could be on their way out of the club to allow Tin Hag to contribute and money to start an overhaul.
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The rebuilding plans were recently confirmed by Rangnick himself in the wake of United being attacked by Liverpool yesterday in the 4-0 loss at Anfield, explaining; “There will be a rebuilding here. Six, seven, maybe ten new players will come.”
Tin Hag is expected to receive an initial £200m splash in income to make up the squad in his picture, which could include a move for Villarreal defender Pau Torres after new links put him as a potential target for a move to United, with both. Eric Bailey and Phil Jones are probably on the verge of chipping away.
Other targets are said to include England star duo Harry Kane and Declan Rice, but moves for one or both of them could severely strip United of much of their summer buying power, leading to potential potential. Caring for Darwin Nunez and Robin Nevis As highly credible backup options located in a lower price bracket to allow the club to spread its available resources across the team more effectively.
Perhaps most importantly for United is a Re-role of Donny Van de Beek It could be in the works, with the Dutch international reunited with his former boss at Ajax, providing an opportunity for an Ajax academy graduate to earn a new lease on life in the Theater of Dreams.
With Marcus Rashford’s future in question, recent links to prominent RB Leipzig midfielder Christopher Nkunko continue to swirl around United recently, although it remains to be seen whether or not the Red Devils will make a move for the talented Frenchman. 54 million spending will be needed to secure his services.
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