Manchester United have appointed a new manager in the form of Erik ten Hag. He was the proud of manager of Ajax until his new venture. Over there he created some players to go good for generations to come. Although after his arrival in the Red Devils dressing room, he’s convinced to bring some of his Ex players to England.
Manchester United have already renewed some of their current players’ contracts. They are looking to add some more stability into the dressing room after the departure of Paul Pogba and some other players’ unconvincing performances. As of yesterday, Man U completed the signing of Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez, as reported by Fabrizo Romano. They’ve also agreed a deal for Frenkie De Jong of FC Barcelona according to Fabrizo. Frenkie being one of Erik ten Hag’s darling during his Ajax days. However, the versatile Dutch midfielder is an anticipated cover for Paul Pogba.
Man U have also signed Christian Eriksen on a free transfer from Brentford. He took a break from football when he was involved in that tragic incident at the Euros 2020. However those unforeseen events couldn’t keep him away from the great sport. However, only some of us know that the Danish midfielder got his first breakthrough from the Ajax club.
Another Star Signing
Now that Ajax have successfully completed the transfer of the Dutch winger Steven Bergwijn from Tottenham Hotspur, Erik has gotten more opportunistic. He now envisions the signing of the Brazilian star Antony from Ajax. Antony who vividly made his mark last season with extraordinary goals, assists and skills. He’s been targeted by several giant European clubs this summer. The player’s purple patch has sparked in the eyes of Man U as well. Ajax doesn’t really mind selling their players for a fair deal as they’ve been involved in selling many generational talents over the years. They make a fortune of a profit out of their deals as they spend little on the players they buy. And then those players prove to be really exceptional. Same goes with Borussia Dortmund.
Although all said and done, The Red Devils have to get back to their glory days. For that type of a club, such poor seasons are unacceptable. I mean its one of the biggest clubs in the world. They currently play in Europa League this season which is quite a downgrade for them. Erik ten Hag was appointed to bring about the best of the club’s future and he’s seemingly doing so. Erik’s relation with Ajax surely has to be the one he favours the most. So many potential signings from the Ajax club and academy are expected to be unveiled at the Theatre of Dreams.