Manchester United Boss Erik ten Hag Tasked With a Massive Rebuilding Project

Manchester United Recently appointed Dutch Eric Ten Hag As their new manager, he’s not jealous of the Red Devils rebuilding. Who would have thought that taking over the leadership of one of the biggest and most famous football clubs in the world would bring such fear and trepidation? This is the task that ten Hag faces when he arrives Old Trafford.

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Tin Hag is the eighth coach, including interim managers, to sit in the hot seat with United since the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson He retired in May 2013. Filling Sir Alex’s boots will never be an easy task, but no one has come close to matching the success United enjoyed during Scotsman’s tenure at Old Trafford. even in ‘Distinguished’, Jose Mourinhowas considered a failure despite winning the UEFA Europa League, League Cup and Community Shield.

United may miss European football

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United is a complete mess now, with Best online sports books Predicting that they will not finish in the top four and thus lose a place in the lucrative UEFA Champions League next season. There is an outside chance that United will finish eighth and lose European football altogether. It is difficult to imagine a European competition in which Manchester United does not participate in the draw.

Tin Hag comes into one of the biggest jobs in the football club with a good reputation. He has nearly a 74% win rate from nearly five years in AjaxBut he needs to get used to losing more games because he inherited the arguably worst Manchester United team in the club’s long and illustrious history.

Employment should improve immediately

Hiring for the past few seasons has been nothing but a disgrace. No wonder the club’s top scouts, Jim Lawlor And Marcel PotThey fell to their swords as part of the rebuilding process. The couple have been in the club for 24 years.

During the 2019/20 season, United spent £78.3 million Harry Maguire. The England central defender failed to live up to high expectations. Sections of United fans booed Maguire, with some even sending threats to him and his family. He bought the club during the same season Bruno Fernandez, which was a revelation but has been poor this season. Penalty kick was lost 3-1 with humility Arsenal Show how much Fernandez’s form has fallen.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka He came during the same season but failed to secure a regular spot in the troubled right-back position.

Last season, United spent more than £35 million Donnie Van de Beek But he then loaned him to Premier League rival Everton because he could not join the team. Emad Diallo He is another player who signed for a large fee but has not been able to cement his place in the starting line-up.

United were crying out for an elite striker and ball-winning midfielder at the start of this season but have spent £76.5m on Jadon SanchoHe’s a great talent, but not a player the Red Devils need. They also brought Raphael VaraneBut he only played 19 games and looks like a shadow of the player who was at Real Madrid. Then there was a re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo. Sure, he’s the club’s top scorer this season, but they only signed him to stop Manchester City from doing so, and signing a 36-year-old is hardly building for the future.

The UN Board of Directors has promised Tin Hag £200 million to a war fund to begin the rebuilding process. You could argue that the next manager needs twice that, especially like the likes Edinson CavaniAnd Paul PogbaAnd Jesse LingardAnd Juan Mata They are all out of contract this summer.

Including others you expect to leave Eric Baileywant Anthony MartialAnd Nemanja Maticeven local Marcus Rashford. He’s struggled seriously for shape in recent seasons.

The temptation of Manchester United is still strong

Manchester United remains a very attractive club for players led by Tin Hag and the club’s impressive history. They should have no problems bringing in elite players if they buy Rebuild Project. However, they must play some form of European football to do so. current manager Ralph Rajnik The club says six years behind Liverpool and Man City. Losing European football will widen this gap into double digits.

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