Erik ten Hag insists £200m spending doesn’t put extra pressure on Man Utd

Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has moved past thoughts that the club’s pre-summer spend in excess of £200m brings additional strain since it was a significant stage ‘all the while’.

In the end periods of last season, break United boss Ralf Rangnick was especially critical of the group, requesting that ‘open heart operation’ was required and up to 10 new signings.


Joined didn’t get 10 new faces all through the mid year move window, yet in Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen, Lisandro Martinez, Casemiro, Antony and Martin Dubravka they have six to build another beginning stage for Ten Hag to work with.

Without a doubt, even before £60m Casemiro has made his full show and £85m Antony has played using any and all means, United have recently overwhelmed three matches in progression to put their shocking starting to the season behind them.

“It is immense measure of money,” Ten Hag told Sky Sports.

“It is significant for [the process] and something we really want to do to remain serious. We have a team with potential with incredible players now and as of now we truly need to make a gathering.”

Looking at his standpoint, the Dutchman added, “I’m not such a visionary, I am more reality, and I understood it was a significant test and troublesome work. I have been so clamoring I didn’t see it has been 100 days, yet that is a respectable sign. What I am doing is a football cycle. I love to manage that on and moreover off the pitch. I really feel a debt of gratitude, it stimulates and challenges me and it is perfect to have this experience.”

Joined face a real test to their newfound design on Sunday night when they meet early speed setters Arsenal, which will be an extent of how far they have come of late.

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