SHOCKING NEWS: reported by Fabrizio Romano, Ex Manchester United star slams Ten hag’s desperate transfer policy and his unprofessional coaching skills. He said “he still at Manchester United as their coach is still a Surprise to me the Dutchman seemingly focusing on only signing players he knows from previous jobs regardless of whether they are actually good enough to play for the Red Devils. “Nowadays, small clubs go to play at Old Trafford, and are not afraid,” Today, the club doesn’t know which manager it will have, or who controls it. It’s a mess, to me he’s not good for man utd I think it’s time for him to leave we are of this horrible performance day in day out”.


The misfortunes for the Red Devils continue, despite their recent victory against Wolves in a dramatic Premier League match on Deadline Day. The peculiarities of the January transfer window, marked by Financial Fair Play restrictions, meant that Manchester United couldn’t secure high-profile additions despite their dismal first half of the season. The departure of several players on loan and attempts to offload deadwood were not without drama, perpetuating the ongoing turmoil at the club.

The constraints led to a desperate situation for Man Utd in the transfer market. Their recent transfer history has been characterized by disappointments, with substantial sums invested in players who have not lived up to expectations. A whopping €95 million was spent on Antony, €85 million on Jadon Sancho, and over €70 million on an aging Casemiro. Despite the considerable investment, Harry Maguire, the world’s most expensive defender, has not consistently performed at that level.

Under the management of Erik ten Hag, the scrutiny on United’s signings has intensified. The Dutchman’s approach appears to prioritize familiarity over merit, often signing players he knows from previous roles without ensuring their suitability for the Red Devils.

Former player Anderson has now joined the chorus of critics lambasting Manchester United’s transfer business. Speaking to Globo Esporte, he expressed concerns about the current state of the club, stating, “Nowadays, small clubs go to play at Old Trafford, and are not afraid. Today, the club doesn’t know which manager it will have or who controls it. It’s a mess.”

Anderson particularly criticized the club’s approach to player acquisitions, highlighting the desperation reflected in their choices. He suggested that if the club is willing to pay significant sums, it should be for players like Neymar who can make a significant impact. According to Anderson, Manchester United’s willingness to pay €70 million, €80 million, or €90 million for players without clear logic showcases the extent of the club’s desperation, indicating a lack of discernment in their transfer dealings.

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