Ten-Hag yesterday ordered United players to cancel their day off and report from training at Carrington. This comes after the red devils failed to win their second consecutive premier league game this season. United were heavily humiliated by Brentford on Saturday losing four goals to nil.
The second loss has made the club's senior management to step their efforts in backing Ten-Hag in the transfer market. Manchester United have lately been linked with a number of top players which includes Juventus midfielder, Adrien Rabiot.
Amid the arrival of Rabiot, latest reports from Old Trafford indicate that Manchester United have decided to sell top midfielder, James Garner. The English young talent had impressed at Nottingham Forest last season when Forest was battling for promotion.
Many had thought, the player might now be handed a chance to feature in United's senior squad this season. Garner has been linked with a number of premier league clubs with many aware of his quality.
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