Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hag has sent a request to the club hierarchy after having a difficult start to the Premier League campaign this term. The Old Trafford side has only won one game out of three and they are 14th on the Premier League table.
This has left them short on the title race though manager Ten Hag still have time to get things right and be on the same lane with other top teams.
And according to Telegraph, Ten Hag has requested the club board to secure transfers for Axel Tuanzebe, Aaron wan-Bissaka and Phil Jones before the summer transfer window closes in the coming few days. The trio has no chance at United after the coming of Tyrell Malacia and Lisandro Martinez in the United backline.
This comes at a time when Manchester United have already offloaded Eric Bailly who has joined french club Marseille on loan. Bailey was not willing to stay at Old Trafford as he could not be guaranteed frequent playing time.
And ours is to wait and see if the three defenders will follow Bailey at exit door before the transfer session closes.
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