“Six OUTs in the summer” Ten Hagh purge notice, Maguire 1st choice, Ajax’s ‘fellow disciple’ included
Manchester United manager Eric Ten Haag is preparing for a second squad reshuffle this summer. The concept is ‘ruthlessness’.
On the 5th (hereinafter Korean time), the British media ‘Mirror’ reported that “Ten Hag is planning to liquidate six players this summer. Manchester United’s development is based on Ten Hag’s ruthlessness.”
The first priority for release is central defender Harry Maguire. Maguire broke the record for the highest transfer fee ever for an English Premier League (EPL) defender. When he moved from Leicester City to Manchester United in August 2019, he incurred a transfer fee of 80 million pounds (approximately 120.6 billion won). Maguire only got a chance to play in 9 games in the league this season, which was changed to Ten Hag coach system. Above all, he only made four starts. In the match against Crystal Palace that day, he was also listed as a substitute and was substituted in the 42nd minute of the second half when the score was 2-1. It’s an atmosphere that doesn’t grasp reality properly. Inter Milan pushed for a lease, but Maguire refused the lease, saying he would remain at Manchester United and compete. 토토사이트
Striker Anthony Martial has also been included in Ten Hag’s purge list. Martialdo ten Haag has only played nine games in the Premier League since taking over the Manchester United helm. He was pushed back by Marcus Rashford and loanee bootleg hosts. He scored a goal in the League Cup tie against Nottingham Forest on the 2nd, but manager Ten Haag is cutting Martial out of his plans. In the game against Crystal Palace that day, he was not included in the list at all.
Among the candidates who will face Ten Hag’s blade are midfielders Scott McTominay and Donny van de Beek. Van de Beek is a player he coached during his time at Ajax. However, coach Ten Hagh is boldly trying to organize his disciples for the European Champions League advance and the championship trophy that he has not won for six years.