Erik Ten Hag has officially been unveiled by Manchester United as their permanent manager replacing the Germany tactician Ralf Rangnick who will taking the consultancy role in an attempt to 'wake up the sleeping giant'.
Since his appointment, the Dutch international has been linked with several top rated players that can arguably revive the Old Trafford heavyweights into serious title contenders next season.
It's claimed that Ten Hag is allegedly closing in on signing Jurrien Timber and Barca's ace Frankie De Jong after holding transfer plans with John Moutough today.
He has as well claimed that a squad overhaul needs to be done as first as possible to allow new players settle in his system after scheduling preseason friendlies in July ahead of next campaign.
Meanwhile, United have removed Kalvin Philips from their transfer wish list and therefore keen on finalizing Frankie De Jong's deal alongside a Striker probably benfica's prospect Darwin Nunez.
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