Erik ten Hag wants to spend more money in the January transfer window at Manchester United
The Dutch manager has already set his sights on what he wants in the winter market. Ten Hag has set some goals for this season. To that end, in order to achieve what he wants, the gaffer wants additional reinforcements.
United spent £216 million in the recent transfer window and got in six players. And most of the former Ajax manager’s signings at the Manchester-based club have hit the ground running in a red shirt.
United’s summer signings
Tyrell Malacia was the first fresh face to arrive at Old Trafford in the summer. The Holland international was signed from Feyenoord. The23-year-old has replaced Luke Shaw in the starting lineup in the last few weeks.
Christian Eriksen was the second addition to Ten Hag’s squad. The Danish national arrived on a free transfer. And the 30-year-old has performed beyond the expectations of fans and started every game under the new gaffer.
Lisandro Martinez reunited with Ten Hag in Manchester. The centre-back had a tough start to life at United. However, the Argentine has turned things around in his favour. The 24-year-old has become an instant fan favourite for his aggression on the field.
Casemiro was the player with the most extensive reputation to enter the United dressing room this summer. The Brazilian signed from Real Madrid, where he won multiple trophies,
Ten Hag raided his former side once again and got Antony from Ajax. The Red Devils spent a hefty amount on the 22-year-old winger. And the Brazilian made an immediate impact, scoring the first goal on his debut in a 3-1 victory over Arsenal in the Premier League.
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United have turned things around since the 4-0 loss to Brentford. And the summer signings have played a big part in it. Considering that most of the additions under the Dutch manager have been seemingly successful, it would be wise to back Ten Hag in the upcoming transfer windows.