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Manchester United News: Erik ten Hag must listen to Gary Neville’s advice

Manchester United News: As Erik ten Hag begins to rebuild his Manchester United squad this summer, Gary Neville’s advice from two years ago still resonates true.

Indeed, the Dutch manager must consider one essential factor while recruiting: being more analytical in their approach and signing players who will have an immediate impact on the club.

After the departures of Edinson Cavani, Lee Grant, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic, and Paul Pogba ahead of next season, the club’s recruitment strategy will have to be spot on.

The club did it previously, when they signed Bruno Fernandes from Sporting for £47 million in 2020. United finished second in the Premier League that year. They finished five points ahead of third-placed Liverpool, thanks to Fernandes’ rapid influence.

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Last season’s signings, on the other hand, failed to make an impact. The Red Devils finished sixth in the Premier League with just 58 points, their lowest point total ever.

Since Fernandes’ arrival, the club’s signings have been a mixed bag. Those associated with the club will be looking for immediate results under the new boss.

What did Neville say before?

“When you think about recruitment at Manchester United, it’s truly about the players that haven’t signed yet,” Neville stated in 2020.

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“What they appeared to be doing at one point was getting linked with a player and panicking, but now they appear to be a little more thoughtful.”

[Odion] On the last day [of the transfer window], Ighalo appears to be the only one; there was a requirement for them to get someone in, but it did look a little irregular. But it was like if they were playing Football Manager a few years back.

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“Falcao is accessible, [Angel] Di Maria is available, [Bastian] Schweinsteiger is available, whereas I believe they now see their method isn’t working.”

What did Erik Ten Hag say?

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Despite Ten Hag’s aspirations to strengthen his team, he must take Neville’s suggestions into consideration. “We start pre-season on June 27th, and of course, we want to renew the roster in specific areas,” the manager stated.

“However, as I mentioned last year, this team finished second in the league. There is potential, and I’m really looking forward to working with the group.” 

You have to prepare before a season, therefore I’ll be coming over to meet folks, roll out the strategy, and prepare pre-season. Staff and the team must be prepared.

We don’t need to discuss my football; this is about Manchester United’s identity and football. We need to incorporate frameworks into our game so that we can play aggressive football.”

Manchester United News: As Erik ten Hag begins to rebuild his Manchester United squad this summer, Gary Neville’s advice from two years ago still resonates true.

Indeed, the Dutch manager must consider one essential factor while recruiting: being more analytical in their approach and signing players who will have an immediate impact on the club.

After the departures of Edinson Cavani, Lee Grant, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic, and Paul Pogba ahead of next season, the club’s recruitment strategy will have to be spot on.

The club did it previously, when they signed Bruno Fernandes from Sporting for £47 million in 2020. United finished second in the Premier League that year. They finished five points ahead of third-placed Liverpool, thanks to Fernandes’ rapid influence.

Manchester United News: Disastrous season

Manchester United News: Erik ten Hag must listen to Gary Neville’s advice

READ MORE: Erik Ten Hag is furious as the rebuild plans are in tatters

Last season’s signings, on the other hand, failed to make an impact. The Red Devils finished sixth in the Premier League with just 58 points, their lowest point total ever.

Since Fernandes’ arrival, the club’s signings have been a mixed bag. Those associated with the club will be looking for immediate results under the new boss.

What did Neville say before?

“When you think about recruitment at Manchester United, it’s truly about the players that haven’t signed yet,” Neville stated in 2020.

“What they appeared to be doing at one point was getting linked with a player and panicking, but now they appear to be a little more thoughtful.”

[Odion] On the last day [of the transfer window], Ighalo appears to be the only one; there was a requirement for them to get someone in, but it did look a little irregular. But it was like if they were playing Football Manager a few years back.

“Falcao is accessible, [Angel] Di Maria is available, [Bastian] Schweinsteiger is available, whereas I believe they now see their method isn’t working.”

What did Erik Ten Hag say?

READ MORE: The Catalans tell Cesar Azpilicueta he will have to force Chelsea exit amid transfer frustration

Despite Ten Hag’s aspirations to strengthen his team, he must take Neville’s suggestions into consideration. “We start pre-season on June 27th, and of course, we want to renew the roster in specific areas,” the manager stated.

“However, as I mentioned last year, this team finished second in the league. There is potential, and I’m really looking forward to working with the group.” 

You have to prepare before a season, therefore I’ll be coming over to meet folks, roll out the strategy, and prepare pre-season. Staff and the team must be prepared.

We don’t need to discuss my football; this is about Manchester United’s identity and football. We need to incorporate frameworks into our game so that we can play aggressive football.”

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Manchester United News: As Erik ten Hag begins to rebuild his Manchester United squad this summer, Gary Neville’s advice from two years ago still resonates true.

Indeed, the Dutch manager must consider one essential factor while recruiting: being more analytical in their approach and signing players who will have an immediate impact on the club.

After the departures of Edinson Cavani, Lee Grant, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic, and Paul Pogba ahead of next season, the club’s recruitment strategy will have to be spot on.

The club did it previously, when they signed Bruno Fernandes from Sporting for £47 million in 2020. United finished second in the Premier League that year. They finished five points ahead of third-placed Liverpool, thanks to Fernandes’ rapid influence.

Manchester United News: Disastrous season

Manchester United News: Erik ten Hag must listen to Gary Neville’s advice

READ MORE: Erik Ten Hag is furious as the rebuild plans are in tatters

Last season’s signings, on the other hand, failed to make an impact. The Red Devils finished sixth in the Premier League with just 58 points, their lowest point total ever.

Since Fernandes’ arrival, the club’s signings have been a mixed bag. Those associated with the club will be looking for immediate results under the new boss.

What did Neville say before?

“When you think about recruitment at Manchester United, it’s truly about the players that haven’t signed yet,” Neville stated in 2020.

“What they appeared to be doing at one point was getting linked with a player and panicking, but now they appear to be a little more thoughtful.”

[Odion] On the last day [of the transfer window], Ighalo appears to be the only one; there was a requirement for them to get someone in, but it did look a little irregular. But it was like if they were playing Football Manager a few years back.

“Falcao is accessible, [Angel] Di Maria is available, [Bastian] Schweinsteiger is available, whereas I believe they now see their method isn’t working.”

What did Erik Ten Hag say?

READ MORE: The Catalans tell Cesar Azpilicueta he will have to force Chelsea exit amid transfer frustration

Despite Ten Hag’s aspirations to strengthen his team, he must take Neville’s suggestions into consideration. “We start pre-season on June 27th, and of course, we want to renew the roster in specific areas,” the manager stated.

“However, as I mentioned last year, this team finished second in the league. There is potential, and I’m really looking forward to working with the group.” 

You have to prepare before a season, therefore I’ll be coming over to meet folks, roll out the strategy, and prepare pre-season. Staff and the team must be prepared.

We don’t need to discuss my football; this is about Manchester United’s identity and football. We need to incorporate frameworks into our game so that we can play aggressive football.”

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