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BREAKING NEWS: Man United confirm Eric Bailly's permanent transfer, here details of the move

Erik Ten Hag can finally get rid of defender

By Harry Smith

Erik Ten Hag can finally get rid of defender
Erik Ten Hag can finally get rid of defender
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Manchester United have made many moves in recent days, as the board understands that these transfers help to improve the team's performance, as well as letting go of those players who are no longer in plans for the future and who better than other clubs to give them the opportunity they are no longer getting with the Red Devils

For his part, Erik Ten Hag is gradually observing the way in which the list of players who were on the transfer list for the summer is being reduced, because as we have noted, the club is in the transition of a complete renovation in which they will let go those players who are no longer in the coach's plans, as well as those who do not perform in the best way and do not meet the demands of the team. 

One of the players who was announced as no longer at the club was Eric Bailly, who had not been able to get a single minute since his return from a season-long loan spell with Marseille, so Ten Hag decided that it would be best to find a new team for the defender so that he could continue his career in a different environment. 

The Ivorian defender was on the transfer list during the summer with the intention of finding a better destination that would allow him to continue his professional development, so several Saudi Arabian clubs began to show interest in the player, but without making a real offer, until finally a few hours ago his transfer was confirmed permanently. 

Eric Bailly has a new team

The defender was finally able to reach an agreement to leave Manchester United, as Besiktas closed his transfer to join his team immediately on a one-year contract, where the player will have to demonstrate his qualities so that he can receive a renewal or join another team with a contract for more years, so both parties were satisfied with the agreed transfer.


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