With Erik ten Hag, Manchester United will be involved in a major renewal in the squad in search of returning to be that competitive team that it was in long stretches of its history with the Scottish strategist Sir Alex Ferguson. However, the club’s recent years have been far from such glories under Ferguson, disenchanting many Premier League supporters. Sixth in this edition, they qualified for the Europa League as consolation for a weak season.
Manchester United is moving slowly with signings, while its competitors such as Manchester City and Liverpool have already begun to arm themselves with Erling Haaland and Darwin Núñez, among other new ‘Reds’ respectively. The ‘Red Devils’, for their part, confirm the departures of Nemanja Matic who arrived at Roma, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard.
In turn, for now what is maintained is that players on loan such as Anthony Martial, Donny van de Beek, Amad Diallo, Brandon Williams, Axel Tuanzebe, Facundo Pellistri, Tahit Chong, among other completed loans, will return. Manchester United also has the objective of retaining Cristiano Ronaldo who has been talked about a lot with a possible departure.
What is certain is that Erik ten Hag will use youth players and this is where the first ‘signing’ for Manchester United comes in. This is the 17-year-old Argentine Hispanic, Alejandro Garnacho. With a past in the U-18 of Spain, he chose to represent the albiceleste in the Maurice Revello Tournament scoring four goals. In addition, he has been the sensation in the red box, being the figure in the FA Youth Cup, and as if that were not enough, he already debuted in the Premier League replacing Anthony Elanga in the 91st minute against Chelsea.
According to The Mirror, Alejandro Garnacho will enter the plans of the Manchester United first team, at the request of Erik ten Hag. The projection of the born in Madrid, but with Argentine nationality puts him as one of the youngest promera that have come out. In fact, he recently appeared on the Wonderkids portal as one of the 50 best players born between 2003 and 2006. The ‘Red Devils’ rise to the jewel that will give much to talk about in the present and future of the club.