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Ten Hag responds to Sir Jim Ratcliffe's changes that excite Manchester United

Manchester United is aware that the INEOS office is aggressive with the changes.

By Angus Barnes

Erik ten Hag and Sir Jim Ratcliffe
Erik ten Hag and Sir Jim Ratcliffe
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The red devils are now looking to change the future of the team, and the manager seems to be ready to be a part of the next project as well.

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Manchester United new office is keen on the idea that the red devils need to make several changes to the team in the next part of the season as they are ready to start their next project. Erik ten Hag has the idea that he could still be a part of the team, as he is ready to keep the good results for the team, and ow he has responded.

“They [INEOS] will not bring in players who the manager doesn’t want, because that will not work. We’ll work there together, with suggestions, bringing players in and discussing.” Ten Hag started on the future of the team of the team. INEOS office also seems ready to change the current season, as they are ready to make the next weeks really important as they are looking to change the hierarchy now.

Ten Hag then added, “The club dictates the style, so you have to get agreement about that. It is how I work now. So, how we want to play, that is given by the leaders of this club." as he seems to be ready to keep being the manager for the team in the next seasons to really help them.

"They [INEOS] want to play proactive, dynamic, attacking football, which during my time here, we always tried to do.” Ten Hag ended on the changes. Last but not least it has been reported that INEOS office would also be looking to change the culture of the team, as they see this as key for the team to get better results, as this could really boost their next seasons for them.

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Finishing as one of the top four teams in the Premier League could really boost the chances for Ten Hag to remain as the manager of the red devils, and he would be looking to be a part of the next project in the following seasons.

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