Manchester United’s new manager Erik Ten Hag has been appointed as United’s new permanent successor for next season.
The Red Devils are going to give their new manager, Erik Ten Hag, ‘veto power’ so that he can use his experience and gain control of the club’s operations.
According to reports by David McConnel from the Mirror, the Dutch manager had demanded United’s players to report back training, two weeks before they head to the pre-season tour to East Asia.
Liverpool will be facing United in their first game of the pre-season tour in Thailand, including two friendly games against Melbourne Victory and Crystal Palace in July.
OFFICIAL: @ManUtd are back on Tour 2022!!!!
Pre-season Tour fixtures:
vs @LFC (Bangkok, Thailand)
vs Melbourne Victory (Melbourne, Australia)
vs @CPFC (Melbourne, Australia)#MUFC #AllinAllunited #GGMU #preseason2022 #Bangkok #Melbourne pic.twitter.com/lipAqAYvxP
— All-In All-United (@AllInAllUnited1) March 31, 2022
The Dutchmen will be back at Old Trafford to finalize the deal with the board and start the rebuild process along with his coaches and the club’s hierarchy.
Ten Hag will be heading into a wide range of problems to bring back United in the right direction but will be needing the power of having the final say on the club’s operation.
The 52-year-old manager signing a 4-year contract with United means that the Dutch coach will have to be at the club for a while to amplify his team’s performance on the pitch.
It is well expected that the Mancunians will be having the busiest summer transfer in the club’s history following the vast number of players departing and some fresh blood additions into the mix.
🚨 Erik Ten Hag told the Man United hierarchy they could do with signing almost an entire XI in terms of improving the level of the squad.
Ralf Rangnick has backed this up, and he does not think that many current players are up to the standard.
— Transfer News Live (@DeadlineDayLive) April 25, 2022
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Over the past few months, there have been a significant amount of changes in terms of the club’s backroom staff and the recruitment team.
The departures of Ed Woodward, Matt Judge, and the two chief scouts have indicated that there will be a complete reset and the club will be needing to revamp everything from scratch.
🚨 Matt Judge transfer record at #MUFC.
— UtdPlug (@UtdPlug) April 29, 2022
Ten Hag has been touted as the emerging world-class manager by some big-name managers in world football, looking at the fact that the manager will be winning the Eredivisie for the third time in a row.
The former Bayern Munich II manager will be eager to hit the ground running and start implementing his ideology and a unique style of play into the club.
And having said that Ten Hag asking for the players to report a fortnight prior to their trip to Thailand in order to insert his tactics is understandable.