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Hojlund and McTominay define records for Manchester United and Ten Hag applauds

By Angus Barnes

Hojlund and McTominay define records for Manchester United and Ten Hag applauds

Manchester United manager is surprised by both players this season.

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The red devils are now ready to get some better results for the team, and the current players on the team are ready to do just that this next months.

Man United and Sir Jim Ratcliffe receive news from their 60 million euros target

Manchester United team is aware that the red devils still have a long way to go if they actually want to end the season as one of the top four teams in the Premier League, but the fact is that with the help of some of the current players on the team, they might be ready to go ahead and make some changes that would actually help them right now.

On top of that it has also been confirmed that thanks to the great results the decision to keep Erik ten Hag as the manager of the red devils would be taken in the next few months, now that this second half of the season he has been able to show the work that has been done so far and the results that he could actually get with the team.

In the case of McTominay it now has been confirmed that he has scored more goals in the Premier League this season than in his previous three campaings combined, where he scored 6, while his four goals as a sub are the joint-most in the competition this season, showing the impact that he has had with the team this season.

And in the case of Rasmus Hojlund it now has been confirmed that the red devils striker has been the youngest player to score in 5 consecutive Premier League games for Manchester United, and he has been able to do just that in the last 5 games of the season with just 8 shots on goal, showing that he is ready to keep getting important results for the team now.

Ten Hag talks about Man United's dramatic victory with the help from McTominay

McTominay future

Most of the sources do believe that the future of Scott McTominay could still be out of the red devils team now that they are looking for the midfielder to leave an important amount, now that they have set his price at 50 million euros at least now.


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