Manchester United new manager Erik ten Hag has started to try lead the club back to glory days today. With pre-season training sessions beginning today at the Carrington training complex. In which non-international players in the summer have reported to work according to Sunsport.
However as per Daily Mail the Dutchman is looking forward to a list of new arrivals to join the Old Trafford outfit this summer. A well published report claim that Erik ten Hag is interested in the services of Frenkie de Jong. From Barcelona who is valued at a whopping fee of £70m.
So is Antony from Ajax and Eriksen who is currently at Brentford but may be a free agent by end of the month. And another star from Ajax, Nicolas Tagliafico according to Daily Mail report who can play in the left-back position to offer competition to Luke Shaw.
However in order for Erik ten Hag to have such room and funds in wages to pay this targeted players if signed he may need then to sanction more player departure. The publication, highlighted some of United players who may be on the exit list.
Including Eric Bailly, Jones, Andreas Pereira, Telles and their last season on-loan to Napoli Axel Tuanzebe. Eric and Jones failed to impress last season and also previously. Under Ole Gunnar and Ralf Rangnick as manager last season United conceded 57 of a record goals and both Eric and Jones were rarely used.
After a poor on-loan spell at Italian side Tuanzebe may have as well missed an opportunity to impress club chiefs and could be in this summer moved on or exit temporarily. So is the midfield player Pereira who scored seven goals in 52 appearances for a Brazilian side Flamingo on-loan last season. Has seen Fulham place a £11m bid to sign him as per Daily Mail.
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