Manchester United are looking forward to making important of transfer decisions this summer. With Erik ten Hag looking to try boost his squad with new arrivals as he targets De Jong from Barcelona as per Sunsport.
So is Timber, Antony and Lisandro all from Ajax as per reports by Daily Mail. However the non-international players on the June fixtures in Nation League games and others have reported back at Carrington training complex today for pre-season training sessions.
While the set of players who represented their countries in this summer international fixtures have been accorded more weeks to enjoy their break to recharge their energy. However as per the report by Sunsport Erik ten Hag was spotted entering the club's Carrington HQ this morning.
He was driven into the training ground as he was pictured in the back seat of a motor around 8am. He was closely followed by a man who knows too well the club after working previously. With Sir. Alex Ferguson at his backroom staff, Steve McLaren.
Erik ten Hag has installed McLaren as his coach after he left the red devils 21 years ago as Sir. Alex Ferguson number two. Now the 52-year-old looks forward to get much help from McLaren on various issues on the club matters and players.
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