Manchester United are looking forward to making few summer signings to boost Erik ten Hag squad ahead of next season. The likes of Cavani, Pogba, Mata, Jesse, Matic and Lee Grant have all left the club as free agents after expiry of their contract.
Meanwhile Erik ten Hag has been reported by Daily Mail to be as well interested in signing Frenkie de Jong from Barcelona. A well playing Eriksen who is at Brentford and not forgetting a list of targets from his former club Ajax.
Both Jurrien Timber, Antony and Lisandro Martinez have been linked with reunion with Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford. However a well planning and preparations for Erik ten Hag ahead of next season. Has seen some few players already report back at the club Carrington training centre this week.
That's according to Manchester Evening News which claim that some United player have arrived at Carrington training complex for pre-season medicals. Because United's non-internationals are supposed to start pre-season training on Monday.
But the rest of the players' returns staggered with the majority of June international participants are scheduled to start training on July 4. This is due to players on international duty are usually granted a minimum three-week break before they return to the club.
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