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The player they want to guarantee doesn't leave Man Utd

By Harry Smith

The player they want to guarantee doesn't leave Man Utd

The renewal is on the table, the player is recovering from muscular discomfort to play the Manchester derby.

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Manchester United has been a constant of changes, this season Erik ten Hag arrived to rebuild the team based on a project that can be solid, that shows that there is team chemistry to be able to function as the Dutch trainer expects. Since he has been with the team, he has been determined to get the most out of his players.

 

The manager has made important decisions within the club, he has decided to send important players to the bench, undoubtedly a risky choice because of what it means to let go of players who have been important for different reasons. But since he arrived at the institution he has done nothing more than give continuity and confidence to players who did not have so many minutes.

 

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A specific case is the 24-year-old English striker, Marcus Rashford, who has been the axis of attack of the system that the coach proposes, he even referred to him as a special player who wants to keep in his squad, the player has not been left to owe with what his coach tells him, the Englishman is with muscular discomfort and is preparing to be ready to play the Manchester derby.

 

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Manchester United has taken it upon itself to give him the support the coach has asked for, and Rashford has been able to put up statistics and important moments. Undoubtedly the fact that he is going through a good moment, added to the fact that the player is a free agent in the summer of 2023 opens the door for other teams to approach to offer their offers to get the player who is on a good run.

 

 

 

 

 


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