Manchester United unfortunate beginning to the 2022/23 premier league season have come about to blended reactions,even however the club got another manager after series of unfortunate outcomes under Ralph Rangnick. The Red Devils experienced second back to back defeat over the weekend,an embarrassing 4-0 loss by Brentford.
Ten Hag face one more intense test next weekend,when they have Jurgen Klopp's side Liverpool at Old Trafford. It's reported some players will leave the club before the closure of the transfer window,to create room for new signings.
Defenders Eric Bailey and Aaron Wan Bissaka are vigorously connected with a takeoff from Old Trafford,as they look for standard first group football. In any case, as per Manchester United Evening news official Facebook page, Manchester United have decided to sell midfielder James Garner.
The 21 year old is still under agreement until 2024 at Manchester,and he is yet to highlight for the senior team in the chief league,after an effective credit at Nottingham Forest. He is esteemed at £15-£20m,as Tottenham Hotspur and Nottingham are interested in his services.
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