Erik ten Hag will begin his Manchester united premier league career against Brighton this weekend and he is still looking for new signings ahead of the new season.
The Dutch has reportedly asked Manchester united to sign Hakim Ziyech from Chelsea as the blues have been open to selling Ziyech and AC Milan have been in talks with the blues to sign him.
Erik ten Hag is keen on adding another attacking midfielder after Ajax increased Antony's asking price to €100m and Erik ten Hag has reportedly mentioned Hakim Ziyech's name to the Manchester united board.
There have been reports that the Manchester united hierarchy have are not all in agreement on the Ziyech deal and are understood to have split over a move for the Morocco international and that's why Manchester united are yet to make a move to Chelsea for Ziyech.
Ziyech thrived under Erik ten Hag while at Ajax but have struggled at Chelsea to get regular first team football and have had injury issues in his recent seasons.
Van Basten stated that due to the fact that Ziyech already plays in England, he would really be a good player for Manchester united but Erik ten Hag refused to respond to Van Basten's suggestions to bring Hakim Ziyech to Manchester.
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