Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has recently published the news of Mitchell Van der Gaag joining Manchester United as Ten Hag’s no.2.

The Red Devils’ agreement with Mitchell Van der Gaag has been completed and the Dutchmen’s arrival with Ten Hag at Old Trafford within the coming weeks is imminent.

Although the final paperwork is still partial between the two parties, the 50-year-old will soon be spotted at the Carrington training ground and initiate his work along with his colleagues.

Steve McClaren has also been mentioned as a part of Ten Hag’s backroom staff over the past few months.

And, based on Romano’s statements that the English manager will be part of United’s new coaching team, it appears that the board of directors has taken the first step in the correct way.

The Dutch duo already won the third Eredivisie title over Heerenveen at the Johan Cruyff Arena on Wednesday evening, and the Telegraph reported that Ten Hag would meet with United’s leadership the same day.

This is no easy task, which is why United’s efforts to bring van der Gaag to the club to assist him are positive.

The combination has led Ajax to a string of championships in recent seasons, and they will be expected to do the same with the Red Devils.

The Mancunians went through one of their worst spells this season after scoring the fewest points in their club history.

Manchester United’s rebuild will require serious surgery in the coming months and years, and Ten Hag’s appointment as the club’s new manager signals that the board is ready to make a rational decision.

According to sources, more than ten players will leave the club through the exit door, and at least four new players will be added to the roster.

Though the additions of ten Hag and Van der Gaag have sparked some optimism among United supporters, the club still has a lot of work to do.




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