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Three Major 'Problems Erik ten Hag Must Fix' At United To Take Club Back To Glory Days

Manchester United are having tough challenge ahead despite a 52-year-old manager Erik ten Hag being installed to help a club of such magnitude to get back to glory days. Meanwhile there is a huge job at Old Trafford for the gaffer after early defeat to Brighton in Premier League opener last weekend.

We take a look into three important problems that Erik ten Hag may be expected to sort out at the Old Trafford. In a bid to take the club back to where it was under Sir. Alex Ferguson regime as manager in terms of winning trophies.

Firstly as per Daily Mail the manager will need to clear the decks with players in his camp who may be surplus to requirements in which. The likes of Jones, Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Axel Tuanzebe as well as Tahith Chong may need to exit the club.

Already having brought in Lisandro Martinez and Tyrell Malacia this may mean some players may have to exit on permanent or temporary basis. Secondly, sort out the midfield problem with a well established player should join the club.

It's obvious the manager has no natural number six with Scott, Fed, Van de Beek, Bruno and Eriksen all not of the same quality. De Jong in this situation need to be signed as soon as possible as per the links reported by Sunsport who can play in that position.

Lastly, after Cristiano Ronaldo asked to exit the club despite still with one-year contract with the club. Erik ten Hag need to avoid a dressing room rift by keeping hold of unhappy players. At his camp and unfortunately letting Cristiano go is the best idea as the latter is believed to be seeking Champions League football.

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