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He cost 53 million, United no longer want him and his next destination could be with Cristiano Ronaldo

Erik Ten Hag would look to release the player for more playing time

By Harry Smith

Erik Ten Hag would look to release the player for more playing time
Erik Ten Hag would look to release the player for more playing time
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Manchester United are looking to release a number of players, the team's plan is to make room in the budget so that the manager can opt for new reinforcements to help improve the squad and have a greater impact on it. 

Many of the offers that Erik Ten Hag has received for the purchase of his players have been from Saudi Arabian clubs, as we know these teams have a lot of money, so they are looking not only for players who are finishing their careers as the MLS does, but also for players who are in their prime, regardless of their value. 

One of the players who went to the Middle Eastern country was the former Manchester United star, Cristiano Ronaldo, after not having ended on the best terms with Ten Hag, decided to go to Al Nassr to conclude his career; but not only he has opted for Saudi Arabia, also players like Roberto Firminho, Kalidou Koulibaly, Édouard Mendy, among other figures, have decided to move for the economic offer they offer. 

Now another Manchester United player could be coming to the Saudi Arabian League, Fred the Brazilian midfielder could be leaving the club before the end of the summer, as Ten Hag has informed him that he is no longer available for next season. 

Fred's value

Manchester United in the 2018 season signed the Brazilian player, coming from Shakhtar Donetsk for an amount of 53 million pounds, during 5 seasons he has not been able to consolidate at the club and now Manchester United is thinking of selling him; Fred has offers from Fulham who are very interested in signing him, in addition he has recently received approaches from clubs in Saudi Arabia, so his future could be decided in the coming weeks.

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