Manchester United: Ten Hag targets 3 players, to sell winger

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Erik Ten Hag is the frontrunner for the managerial post at Manchester United. Ralf Rangnick the interim manager, is to take on a consultancy role at the end of the summer. One of his primary roles is to select a permanent manager for United. Rangnick has interviewed Ten Hag and is impressed with the Dutchman’s vision. According to sources, Ten Hag is to have control of all transfer expenditures. He intends to bring in 3 players and also has advised selling a forward.

Erik Ten Hag is to come in at the end of the season. The United board will give him a sizeable transfer budget in the summer. He intends to bring in Harry Kane, Declan Rice, and John Mcginn from Tottenham Hotspurs, West Ham, and Aston Villa respectively. However, he has advised the Manchester United board to sell forward and England international Jadon Sancho. According to sources, he has quoted him to be “not quick enough”. Ten Hag and Rangnick are to rebuild the whole team in the Summer. The due are to sell some inconsistent players in the Summer most notably Paul Pogba. With the help of the new targets and a proper centre back United looks challenging to finish in a top 4 place next Summer.

Is selling Sancho the right choice?

Jadon Sancho has been underwhelming for United ever since he came in. However, he has been finding his mojo slowly. Slowly and Steadily, he is looking like the Sancho that played for Borussia Dortmund which made United sign him. It would be the wrong decision to sell Sancho as he is slowly adapting to the United playstyle and he is a player who can adapt to certain playstyles over time. With Ten Hag being an advocate of the “Tiki Taka” playstyle, Sancho is a perfect player for the system. And also the fact that he is young and has a lot of time on his hands to develop, Sancho is an excellent prospect for United. It would certainly be a bad decision on United’s part if they are to sell Sancho.

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