With less than three weeks left before the transfer window closes, Manchester United are expected to have more outgoing than incoming players.
After a respectable third place finish last season. United have added a host of new talent to their squad this summer. Three new faces have so far been brought in: Andre Onana, Mason Mount and Rasmus Hojland. Main in Erik ten Hag’s first choice XI
Onana will help United play more confidently from the back. Mount will add extra power to midfield and Hojlund once it starts working. Will aim to score goals that were missing from No. 9 last season. Each signing, though, is quite expensive. But it was the main target for Ten Hag, and he was willing to let them through the door long before the bell rang.
The trio brings Ten Hag’s total number of permanent signings since taking the job one year ago to eight. Among the five who arrived last summer Three of them have been successful while the other two are still in progress.
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Overall, Ten Hag’s rate of fire when it comes to signing has been impressive so far. Martinez and Casemiro arrive at Old. Trafford is viewed by many as a gamble. But they were two of United’s best players last season. Each played a key role in the club’s revival.
as well as enhancing the quality within United’s squad. They also play an important role in changing the mentality and mentality of the team. Both are motivated by the desire to win. which was a feature that had been missing long before the Tenhag arrived.
They are just the necessary characters. Both Onana and Mount arrived at Old Trafford with a history of winning silverware.
It shows after years of poor admissions planning. Ultimately, United are operating with a sensible structure and have plans to progress over the next few years. Start changing the way you sell players.
The departure of Fred, who is moving to Fenerbahce in Turkey. It shows that United are starting to change their approach and act like every top Premier League club. who understands the concept of selling players at the right time
As a result, United, who were in the process of selling goalkeeper Matej Kovar and defender Harry Maguire, finally heeded the warnings former interim manager Ralf Rangnick sounded for more than two years before his arrival in the M16.
“Since Sir Alex left They didn’t perform well,” Rangnick said in August 2019. “They haven’t won a title since he left.
“At any club If you can’t find the right player At least you shouldn’t sign with the wrong club. You’ll have a problem if you do that in one or two or three transfer windows in a row.”
“Building a club is about building the right team by transferring the right players. and has a success rate of over 50 percent in attracting the right players. Then you need the best possible coach to develop these players.”
Everything Rangnick said was money. Clubs, regardless of size or scale It is not possible to continue collecting players without unloading others. It is a two-way system that the club must manage sensibly and strategically.
Additionally, Rangnick was right about the need to bring in the right players. and have the right coach to develop them. United have been stable in both over the past 12 months. where both players and management work together to achieve the same goal.
For too long United was a club that operated without the right structure. Affecting things on the pitch, now it feels as if they have it all. Mostly thanks to the Ten Hug and his ruthlessness.
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