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The Red Devils' board tells Erik ten Hag they will not sign for this reason

By Harry Smith

The Red Devils' board tells Erik ten Hag they will not sign for this reason

Manchester United cannot depend every summer on investments of more than £200 million.

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The team led by the Dutchman, Erik ten Hag, is a team that is in a rebuilding project that aims to reach the elite of the best teams in the world, returning to an era where titles are common in the Old Trafford team, one of the reasons they brought the coach is because they feel he is the right one to achieve this goal.

Manchester United comes from a summer where they spent the highest amount in the history of the team in a transfer market, the amount that was allocated to start working together with Erik te Hag, was £225 million, an investment by the board towards what will be a new project at the helm of the team.

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Since his arrival, he has sought to find the best way to get the most out of each player in the squad, as has been the case with players such as Marcus Rashford, Diogo Dalot, Scott McTominay, Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho, who have become very important players, which has led to a gain in team chemistry and more confidence in each player.

But according to reports from Sky Sports, it was leaked that the board recently spoke to the Dutch coach about the transfer window, after it was reported that the club spoke to the coach about the limited possibility of winter signings due to spending in the summer transfer window.

The board told him that it is not every summer that they will be able to spend more than £200m on signings

The Old Trafford side have responded after two early season defeats, it has been a positive turnaround that has put them on a run of four wins on the bounce, Manchester United have nine games in October and it will depend on whether they look to strengthen in January or not, the first of which will be the Manchester derby.

 


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