Manchester United appointed Erick Ten Hag as the club's next permanent manager on a 3-year contract. The Dutchman is expected to take over from Ralf Rangnick at the end of the season. Ten Hag is expected to reorganize the squad and allow the players he does not need to leave the club during the summer transfer window. However, Erick Ten Hag should build his team around Sancho, Elanga, Mason Greenwood, and Dean Henderson because these reasons. Firstly, the club needs to find the perfect replacement for David De Gea, and Henderson can perfectly fill that position.
Second, the new manager will have plenty of time to work with the team's young players. There is no better time to allow them to grow than now. If they get the right manager to lead them, their chemistry will be unstoppable.
Thirdly, these players are young and are willing to learn new skills. The manager will not have a difficult time when handling them. Apart from that, they have a higher work rate when compared to the aging players such as Cristiano Ronald and Nemanja Matic.
Lastly, With additional playing time and the correct instruction, these athletes may provide consistently good work for their teams. They're young. Therefore, they're able to absorb new information rapidly. The clubs will return to their glory days if the next manager develops a team around young players.
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