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It's the Glazers' fault, fans despair and Ten Hag fails to make new signings

Manchester United continue to suffer at the hands of the Glazers

By Harry Smith

Manchester United continue to suffer at the hands of the Glazers
Manchester United continue to suffer at the hands of the Glazers
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With Old Trafford still without a decision and the American family still in charge of the club, fans are desperate for a new owner for Manchester United, but with a decision from the Glazers still a long way off, there is nothing left to do but put up with their mismanagement. 

For a start, the issue of debt has been one of the most complicated situations for the club this summer, after Erik Ten Hag was told that he would only have 100 million in the budget to bring in new signings, all the fans were worried about not knowing which players the manager would bring in and whether he would be able to improve the squad in order to be able to compete well this season. 

However, it could be said that Ten Hag has done a good job so far, it is true that the club has only been able to make one signing so far, and negotiations have been difficult for United because they can't spend more than their budget, so when the other team raises the value of their players, United need to juggle to get a deal done. 

That has happened with the signing of Mason Mount, as United had made three offers before Chelsea agreed to let the midfielder go, this because the "Blues" asked for more money in the transfer and the red devils had to give 60 million for the player and now history is repeating itself with the goalkeeper of Inter Milan, André Onana, who despite showing their interest in coming to Old Trafford,  but the Italian club has rejected offers because they also demand more money for the goalkeeper. 

Failed signings due to the Glazers' mismanagement of finances

Due to the Glazers' financial mismanagement, Ten Hag has not been able to sign the players that are on his wish list; names like Harry Kane, Victor Osimhen, Rasmus Hojlund, are just some of the players that probably would not come to United, due to their high cost, so the team despite being very interested could not compete with other clubs with bigger budgets.

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