Erik ten Hag should QUIT Man Utd if he doesn't get his transfer demands met by greedy Glazers who MUST sell now | The Sun
ERIK TEN HAG should walk away from the Manchester United job if the club doesn't supply his summer transfer targets.
The Dutch boss has requested Barcelona ace Frenkie de Jong, a right-back, plus a striker.
And if the owners can't provide him with the trio, he should say "thank you very much," and leave the club.
It would expose the Glazer family for what they are, heighten tension amongst United’s loyal supporters even further, and hopefully force the careless, greedy American owners to sell.
A deal for Juventus star Adrien Rabiot is reportedly imminent.
But he's not Ten Hag's preferred choice as United would've signed him two months ago when he was put up for sale.
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Alarm bells about United’s transfer strategy were ringing long before the humiliating opening day home defeat to Brighton.
What we saw on the pitch only re-emphasized the desperate position United are in.
Ten Hag is the latest manager not to be backed sufficiently, as the Glazer family run our once great football club into the ground.
Nine of the team that started against Graham Potter’s side were part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick’s squad last season – so really nothing has changed, just the latest helpless coach in charge, trying to navigate his way through a truly awful situation.
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It’s not the players' fault, they certainly looked like they were trying and their performance in the second half, after going two goals behind, definitely wasn’t one of a team that didn’t care.
The truth is most of them are just not good enough.
David de Gea doesn’t command his area and isn’t good enough with his feet. Diogo Dalot can’t defend.
Harry Maguire should never have been given the captaincy.
Fred and Scott McTominay are spoilers trying to blag a career in the centre of midfield, and Marcus Rashford after an impressive pre-season, looks troubled once again.
If Ten Hag did call it a day though, I bet the majority of United fans wouldn’t blame him.
The board knew the likes of Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic and Jesse Lingard were leaving, yet they haven’t even replaced them.
I don’t know what was said or promised during Ten Hag’s interview and/or when he accepted the job.
I’d be amazed, given what he saw last season, and the lack of quality, if he didn’t insist on much more than what he’s been given.
Yes, the whole world knows how highly De Jong is rated by him, but while that pursuit was ongoing, couldn’t United have signed a forward and additional right sided defender?
It raises the question about funds and how much Ten Hag really has at his disposal.
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United have the money, ten Hag needs to spend it, and if the owners don’t give him a hand before the end of the window, you should book yourself a holiday Erik, and wait for another club in Europe.
One that is run likes a football club and one that will help you take your next team where you think they should be.
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