Manchester United are preparing to see changes in their squad in general under new manager Erik ten Hag by this summer. The former Ajax manager had watched Manchester United take on a very well playing Crystal Palace yesterday in a Premier League encounter which the red's lost by 1-0 scoreline.
After a difficult season for Manchester United players as well as their captain Harry Maguire. With rumours of disharmony in the dressing room due to his leadership qualities as per Sunsport in a previous report. In which Ronaldo was rumoured to be really interested in taking the armband away from Maguire.
Now today in a press conference at Old Trafford to reporters the 52-year-old Erik ten Hag was asked about captaincy duties for a former Leicester City defender. He said, "I have to repeat, next season is a different season but I think he did a great job.
He is a great player, he achieved a lot, also the contribution to Manchester United. So I'm looking forward to working with him." A well determined Erik ten Hag said as per Sunsport.
Meanwhile there players who are set to exit the Old Trafford due to contract expiry. The likes of Pogba, Jesse, Mata, Cavani and Mata but uncertainty over the future of Bailly, Jones, Dalot and Wan-Bissaka is still a major concern.
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