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Player impressed former Man Utd player with his adaptation to the Premier League

By Harry Smith

Player impressed former Man Utd player with his adaptation to the Premier League

Often when transfers arrive in a different league, there is talk of an adaptation to the team.

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Manchester United's £225m signing of a number of players marked the occasion when the team spent the most in one transfer window. The arrival of the new manager, Erik ten Hag, meant a definite change in the team's strategy, and he made a lot of moves in the squad. The players chosen have been players who have fulfilled the coach's requirements.


The team is tactically well organised, but now comes a difficult test in October, when they will have a lot of matches every three days. Among the opponents they will face are Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea as the most prominent. On those games will depend where the club's strategy will go, including whether they will look to force themselves in the winter.


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Dutchman Alexander Büttner is a former Manchester United player who played left-back, and he explained the change he has seen in Erik ten Hag's first signing, left-back Tyrell Malacia, who arrived at Old Trafford from Feyenoord, one of the least talked about signings in the media.


"There's a lot of difference between the Eredivisie and the Premier League, you can just adapt quickly. I see that happening with Malacia"

The player expressed himself in this way about the player that since he arrived showed confidence, the first opportunity he had to play he took advantage of it, to the extent that today he is the starting left back of the team, he has shown to fill that space for the team leaving on the bench the English national team player, Luke Shaw, who will certainly try to be in a sporting competition to earn that place.



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