Erik ten Hag identifies two major Manchester United signings ahead of summer transfer window. To forward his Old Trafford renovation plans, Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag hopes to acquire a center striker and a central midfielder this summer.
With a 2-0 victory over Newcastle United at Wembley in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday, the Dutchman put an end to United’s six-year trophy drought.
That summer, Ten Hag oversaw expenditure of $220 million, or around £90 million above than the club had anticipated.
Nonetheless, Christian Eriksen, Casemiro, Antony, Tyrell Malacia, and Lisandro Martinez have all been good additions for Ten Hag thus far.
In the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era, fan optimism has never been higher, but Ten Hag is well aware that his team has to be strengthened in the summer.
The Manchester Evening News reports that Ten Hag is looking to bring in a center striker and a central midfielder.
Last summer, Frenkie de Jong was a top target, and United didn’t give up on him until two weeks before the transfer window closed in order to bring in Casemiro.
Ten Hag will make another attempt to get the former Ajax great because he believes the Barca player is still ideal for his team.
Even so, Ten Hag intends to add another midfielder, with Jude Bellingham also on his short list, even if De Jong is still determined to stay at Barcelona.
A center forward is more crucial. Both Harry Kane and Victor Osimhen are of interest, but the team is undecided as to who should be the objective.
In order to raise money, United will sell Anthony Martial and Alex Telles. They will also consider offers for Donny van de Beek, Harry Maguire, and Anthony Elanga.