Manchester United Aim for 3 Transfers After Interview with Erik Ten Hag


Manchester United is reportedly working hard to plan next season. In addition to the manager, MU is also starting to get serious about planning player spending.

The Red Devils will not win a trophy this season. Interim manager Ralf Rangnick is not considering a permanent job.

According to British media, Ajax coach Erik ten Hag has been interviewed by United.

They also interviewed other candidates, including Mauricio Pochettino and Julien Lopetegui.

Despite the managerial uncertainty, United’s top brass have identified where they want to improve in the summer.

According to the Telegraph , the Premier League giants are looking to secure two midfielders and a striker in the summer.

MU is expected to lose a lot of players.

Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, Jesse Lingard and Juan Mata are expected to leave this summer, while Mason Greenwood’s future is also highly uncertain.

Big sale Meanwhile, United fans, asked 13 players to leave the team nicknamed the Red Devils at the end of this season. Anyone?

Manchester Evening News reports that MEN Sport has conducted a poll of MU supporters regarding players who deserve to be kept or released on a free transfer or sold.

Winger on loan at Birmingham City, Tahith Chong became the player the Red Devils fans least wanted next season with 38.9 percent of the vote, followed by Axel Tuanzebe with 35.8 percent, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka with 32.3 percent.

United captain Harry Maguire is fourth in the Red Devils need to kick off the season with 26.7 per cent, followed by Eric Bailly with 22.1 per cent, Lee Grant with 19.9 per cent and Nemanja Matic with 19.1 per cent.

Leg Lift Meanwhile, Paul Pogba was ranked 8th with 16.2 percent, followed by Edinson Cavani with 14.8 percent, Juat Mata with 11.3 percent, Jesse Lingard with 10.7 percent, Phil Jones with 10.7 percent, and Anthony Martial with 8.5 percent.

Contracts for five of the 13 players expire at the end of this season. The five are Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata and Lee Grant. The five can leave MU freely.