“Restoring Manchester United back to the lofty heights of yesteryear is a task too great to be completed in a single season, but the fan base is well within their rights to demand progress towards that ultimate target”, writes Jack Wilkinson. Transfer in Manchester United and new activities have been trending lately. Reasons, however, should not be far-fetched.
The team at ILOT strongly believe that Manchester United has been in the news for the past few days with moves that hope to bring them back to that engulfed Old Trafford glory. One cannot deny that the club was among the strong team in the kickoff league but, somewhat slowed the pace.
Speaking to MUTV, Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag said in May: “The current situation is obviously not that good”. It’s a big challenge.
“I want to build and construct a team who are battling for each other, who are unified and who will get results. Also we are playing in the Theatre of Dreams”.
“In certain positions we want to renew the squad, but one year ago this squad was second in the league, so there is potential and I’m really looking forward to co-operating with the squad.”
The ability to control the ball and pass is a vital role. Thus, is the need to sign in a new midfielder to champion the defensive and offensive lines connected. This has been considered urgent following the recent happening this summer such as the departure of Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba. Erik ten Hag’s first transfer this season is to bring in his De Jong who had played under the new United boss Erik ten Hag at Ajax and was part of the team player that completed the Eredivisie and KNVB Cup double during the 2018/19 campaign, as well as reaching the Champions League semi-finals.
Frenkie de Jong, a 25-year-old midfielder, is a Dutch professional footballer who plays for the La Liga club, Barcelona and the Netherlands national team. He has made 46 appearances for Barcelona in the 2021/22 Session owing to his versatile abilities to pass, dribble, defend and attack effectively.
As recorded in Sky sports data, Frenkie de Jong outperformed McTominay and Fred in numbers assessing dribble success, touch quality, and how frequently they are dispossessed. Frenkie de Jong had a 91% passing rate in La Liga last season.
Frenkie de Jong will be Erik Ten Hag’s first signing as Manchester United manager; the fee ‘broadly agreed’ – is expected to be €65m (£56m) plus performance-related add-ons.
Currently making headlines also, is no other than the Nigeria Centre-forward man, Victor Osimhen. Since the summer of 2020, Victor Osimhen has been a striker for the Serie A team Napoli, earning €70 million. Manager Erik ten Hag reasoned that he might be just what Ronaldo needs to implement the reform strategy.
ILOT believes this can be connected to Victor Osimhen’s great performance in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualification match, where he scored four goals against Sao Tome and Principe, resulting in a 10-0 victory on matchday two. Having a renowned negotiator, the Italian side’s president, Aurelie De Laurentiis, Osimhen will most likely not be transferred for less than £86m.
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