Manchester United had decided to install Erik ten Hag as a new incoming manager after the interim manager Ralf Rangnick has his tenure end this summer. The former Ajax manager was still present on the pitch watching Manchester United pick a defeat against Crystal Palace on away soil yesterday in what was Ralf's last game incharge as manager, in a Premier League encounter.
Meanwhile the red devils have held an official press conference with Erik ten Hag with reporters at Old Trafford. And according to Express Erik ten Hag said, "The confidence is that I have a good feeling with the people around. I have a good feeling from the meetings.
We have a plan, and now it's about getting the plan done. (The plan) is huge. And we have only a short time. I am still in the process of analysing. "He said. When asked about if club needs new signings, "I just said, I'm still in the process of analysing.
I'm looking forward to working with these players. The season before, this squad was second in the Premier League, and there's huge potential. If we improve, if we can work with them, we can get better results." A well determined Erik ten Hag told reporters, a report revealed by Sunsport as well.
Meanwhile Cavani, Pogba, Jesse, Mata and Matic are expected to exit the Old Trafford on a free transfer this June. As the said players are having their contracts coming to expiry. With United having no intentions to extend with them more years at the club.
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