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Report: The impact of missing out on top 4 on Manchester United’s 2024 summer budget

People have already started to turn on Erik ten Hag following Manchester United's defeat against Fulham.
People have already started to turn on Erik ten Hag following Manchester United's defeat against Fulham.

Missing out on a top-four Premier League finish could have big implications for Man United’s 2024 summer budget

Manchester United have been desperately trying to get into the top four of the Premier League this season. After being embarrassed in the Champions League this season, it seems like the squad is determined to redeem themselves next season.

However, according to a new report by The Mirror, the Old Trafford squad will also take a hit to their 2024 summer budget if they fail to qualify for the competition.

But, fans don’t seem to be too worried about that because ever since 2024 came around, Erik ten Hag’s squad has had a different air around them. The team has yet to lose a game this year and has quickly won three PL games in a row. Because of this, they are now in a position to contest for a top-four spot.

With 14 Premier League games still left to be played, the complete table could change by the time the season ends. Moreover, even if Manchester United don’t make the Premier League top four, it shouldn’t affect their plans.

The arrival of Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS means that the Red Devils will be spending big in 2024. They even saved money during the January transfer window by not signing any players at all.

Every sign surrounding the club at the moment suggests that Man United will be spending big regardless of where they end up at the end of the season. However, just how big their budget will be is going to be decided by their position in the Premier League.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe might break the bank to sign new players during the summer.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe might break the bank to sign new players during the summer.

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Erik ten Hag is aware that his job might be in danger if the Red Devils don’t qualify for the Champions League. The fans can rest easy knowing that the Dutchman will be trying his best to get their club to the promised land.

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