Manchester United finished in the 6th place after a final day defeat at Selhurst Park by Crystal Palace to sum up what has been an underwhelming season for the club.The club has decided to make changes in order to try and get back on track and restore their long lost glory.
The widely expected summer overhaul began earlier with club Chairman Ed Wodward stepping down from his position while Interim Manager Ralf Ragnick has also handed over the club managerial duties to the new coaching staff including new Manager Erik Ten Hag and assistant s Mitchell van der Gaag and Steve McCLaren.
Players like Juan Mata,Paul Pogba ,Nemanja Matic and Jesse Lingard are expected to leave the club as their contracts are expiring this summer.Contracted players seen as liabilities by the club are also expected to be put on the market with several incomings expected.
Some of the positions mooted to be strengthened are the defence,midfield and a striking department that depended largely on the brilliance of Cristiano Ronaldo.Players linked include Barcelona Frankie De Jong,Ajac Jurrien Timber,Benfica Darwin Nunez and others.
Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has confirmed via his twitter account that talks are being held to bring ajax Jurrien Timber to Old Trafford."Manchester United again internally discussed Jurrien Timber in the last 48hrs. Timber's name was also mentioned again the first meeting between Manchester United and ten Hag days ago".The overhaul has begun.
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