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Striker and Midfielder war for the summer


According to Matt Hughes, Manchester United are convinced that Jim Ratchliffe’s company Ineos’ main concern is searching for positive publicity. 


Manchester United officials have been privately scathing about Jim Ratchliffe’s plans to bid for the club, as they are convinced that the Ineos owner has no intention of meeting the Glazer family’s demand for offers in excess of six billion pounds. 


Manchester United, Chelsea, and Arsenal all have recently held talks with Juventus for Dustin Vlahovic’s entourage. The club could sell the forward for ninety million Euros in the summer. However, it is very unlikely that Manchester United would make the bid, as they are interested in only organizing loan deals in January and in the summer transfer window. 


La Liga has told Barcelona that they must lower their wage bill by around hundred million Euros. This summer, they could remove him. Erik Ten Hag knows he has never turned Manchester United down. Frankie De Jong is not going to walk out on unpaid wages from FC Barcelona. 


Erik Ten Hag is open to a second pursuit of Barcelona midfielder Frankie De Jong. The club have also not ruled out another attempt to sign nineteen-year-old Jude Bellingham, the England national and Borussia Dortmund's talented midfielder. 


According to Samuel Luckurst, Manchester United are also interested in Scouting Harry Kane and Victor Osimhen while Ten Hag goes on to admire Goncalo Ramos, as well as the young Mohammed Kudus. 


Jadon Sancho is back at the training 3 at Carrington and could make his first appearance for the club, as they take on Reading FC in the FA Cup tonight (28 January 2022) at Old Trafford. 


Erik Ten Hag has once again spoken about the lack of depth in the squad. The lack of depth in the midfield especially, as every football fan knows that games are lost and won in the midfield. 


Erik Ten Hag's concern is that his first team strong lineup is played every three days in these matches, and he has spoken out about the problem. 


“We have many games to cover, and we need players to cover that. When you play three games in ten days, you need a lot of players,” Ten Hag stated. “In the back four, we have really adapted the squad. That’s what you need with ten games in thirty games.”



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