Premier League coaches are approaching the end of their second week on their training grounds and will be heading for their first pre season matches overseas over the weekend.
A good number of premier league outfits have already finished their business this summer, some are on the verge of completing the business while others have not began it at all.
This summer, a good number had their eyes on Manchester United due to the fact they opted for a new manager in Erik ten Hag. With very little doubt, majority opined that United's speed in the transfer market was going to be improved.
However, this has not been the case, United's business has stalled as they have only signed Feyenoord ace Tyrell Malacia who joined the camp in the course of this week.
Apart from Tyrell who is now a confirmed new arrival and Eriksen whose case seems to be done, the 20-times premier league champion is also having a good number players put on their radar this summer.
The Reds have always been been huge admires of Barcelona ace Frankie De Jong despite Barcelona president Joan Laporta remaining adamant that the skipper is not sale.
This has left Man United new manager Erik ten Hag with only one fresh blood ahead of his first pre-season match that will be held over the weekend and a premier league season that begins in 4 weeks time.
This slow start by Manchester United makes their former captain Garry Neville feel that Erik ten Hag could have the toughest time in the premier league next season.
According to the talisman, Erik ten Hag should have his players earlier that he trains with them well ahead of the season.
"I know early in the window but it’s worrying that United are struggling to get business done. The others seem set and ready yet United can’t get moving. ETH [Erik ten Hag] needs his group together asap to mould them. Bringing them in late will only make it harder for him!" he tweeted last month.
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