Glazers ‘willing’ to give Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag funds this summer
Earlier in the season, the Americans confirmed that they were open to the potential sale of the Red Devils. Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani and Jim Ratcliffe are some of the people who have made a bid for the Old Trafford side. However, the Glazer family could remain in charge.
If that ends up being the case, our current owners will spend money to strengthen the squad in the upcoming transfer window. However, the Manchester-based club are not expected to spend extravagantly.
At the moment, United are mindful of Financial Fair Play compliance. Although, commercial, broadcast and matchday revenue streams have remained strong.
In the summer of 2022, the Red Devils spent over £200 million. First, Tyrell Malacia was signed from Feyenoord. Then, Christian Eriksen joined the club on a free transfer. The former Tottenham Hotspur star has surprised many with his performances.
Subsequently, the Dutch manager reunited with Lisandro Martinez in Manchester. The Argentina international has become a pivotal member of the team in the current campaign.
Towards the end of the window, Casemiro and Antony were bought by the Old Trafford side. The two Brazilians have been ever-present in the gaffer’s plans this season.
The former Real Madrid star has formed a brilliant duo with Eriksen in the middle of the park. As for the former Ajax winger, his time at United has been mixed so far.
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In January, Wout Weghorst and Marcel Sabitzer were signed on loan to add depth to the squad. Most of our signings in the current campaign have been important additions to the team. It remains to be seen who will remain in charge of the Red Devils. But hopefully, they will back Ten Hag.