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Ten Hag demands arrival of this duo valued at 120 million euros to Man United

By Angus Barnes

Erik ten Hag

Manchester United manager wants to secure the arrival of this players.

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The red devils seem to be keen on the idea to have a very busy summer transfer window as this would really boost the team for the next few seasons.

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Manchester United new owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is ready to show to the red devils fans the project that he would like to complete for the team and boost their chances to compete for more titles. One of the main changes could come in the summer transfer window, as this would really help the red devils to get new players that could actually help the team in the next seasons.

It has also been confirmed that the INEOS office wants to go ahead and "clean the house" as this would help the new players arrive to the team and take over their role right away. One of the main players that is set to leave the team is Antony, the manager seems keen on giving him another chance but the new office is convinced that they need to sell him.

Now that Antony is set to leave the team it has been confirmed that Michael Olise is one of the main targetst for the red devils in the next transfer window. The fact that Olise has been able to prove his level in the Premier League is one of the main reasons why the red devils want to secure him.

The other player that could go ahead and boost the red devils team in the next season is Eberechi Eze, the 25 year old midfielder also plays in the Crystal Palace team. Sir Jim Ratcliffe sees him as one of the players that could play on a game to game basis and help with the injury crisis at the team, now they are ready to send the first official offer.

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Man United's offer

Michael Olise and Eberechi Eze are wanted players all around the Premier League, and in order to secure their arrival the red devils would have to go ahead and pay up to 120 million euros to make sure that the duo actually makes the move next months.


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