Manchester United have already started their revolution. They started way back in February when the managing director, Ed Woodward stepped down and the Red Devils appointed Richard Arnold as the new CEO. The latest change has been the signing of a tactical manager, Eric Ten Haag from Ajax.
Manchester United are on a straight mission of returning back the lost glory. As the revolution continues, we expect a full lineup of over 11 players to be sold by Eric and others leave on a free transfer. Paul Pogba and Matic have already announced their departure. A good number of players are out of contract and wont be extended further. Eric Ten Haag is expected to come and form his own lethal squad. He has already given a list of players he wants to sign.
Being a manager who coached Van De Beek to a world class performance, he will recall him back on loan from Everton. He is also expected to reinforce the defending midfield and Declan Rice from Westham is the man in watchlist. In defence, he wants Pau Torres from Villarreal to replace Maguire who might not be the captain from next season and Timber from Ajax to replace Wan Bissaka who might be sold.
He also wants Antony Dos Santos from Ajax to replace the likes of Rashford, Lingard and Mata and Nunez from Benfica to replace the aged Cristiano Ronaldo and the outgoing Edinson Cavani and Antony Martial.
However, since there is no speculations of Cristiano Ronaldo leaving, he might also be in the lineup for next season. Dalot might also be available. The above lineup with the two players is also a possible lineup.
We wish Manchester United the best in their revolution journey. It is time to bring back the lost glory.
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