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The player was not in the trainer's plans and now he has changed his opinion

By Harry Smith

The player was not in the trainer's plans and now he has changed his opinion

Manchester United will be looking to renew the contract of this player who has started to show improvement, and this has aroused the interest of big teams.

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The success that the team has had in recent weeks has a reason behind it, many situations have happened that have led to this situation, the squad has understood the ways imposed by the coach and the intentions he has with his staff, getting the most out of his players is essential.

The trick of getting the best out of every player who is part of the club, from the players on the bench as well as the elements of the team who want to secure a more common role in the team, Erik ten Hag brought discipline to Old Trafford.

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The demands of Manchester United are to compete for the top places in the Premier League, win the Europa League, and one of the most important is that the team must qualify for the Champions League anyway. That is not up for discussion in the manager's contract.

He was hired in the hope of creating a good playing chemistry, giving that confidence to players who are not regulars at the club, that was the case with Diogo Dalot, the Portuguese right-back, a player who has earned the respect of many Red Devils fans, but especially of Erik ten Hag.

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Under no circumstances does Erik ten Hag's team want to lose a player who has become one of the most in-form players at the club, he even showed that he is going through a great moment in his career, he scored two goals with the Portugal national team, no doubt Manchester United will look for a way to keep him in the team.
 

 


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