Manchester United new manager Erik Ten Hag has now arrived in England to resume his managerial duties at Old Trafford, MySportDab reports.
Erik Ten Hag was appointed the new Coach of Manchester United by the team’s management.
With the Red Devil’s dwindling fortunes and poor Premier League campaign this season, the Dutchman faces an uphill task of bringing United back to shape.
A significant overhaul is expected at Old sequence to his arrival at the Club as the new coach. Entrenched players are already finding their destinations.
Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic, and other play players are already out.
The former Ajax Manager is poised to overhaul the Red Devils and restore the lost glory of one of the most successful teams in England.
The 52-year-old is said ot have stormed the city of Manchester with Mitchell van der Gaag who will later assume office as his Assistant Manager.
He has reportedly met the Red Devils’ staff in the city and is heading on with a plan to restructure the team for next season.
Meanwhile, United’s young and promising stars, Anthony Elanga and Scott McTominay, have expressed optimism if being a part of the new United squad under Ten Hag.
Manchester United Legend Cristiano Ronaldo is also expected to be a part of the United new squad.
It has been confirmed that despite his arrival in England, he will not interfere with United’s last game at Selhurst Park with Ralf Rangnick still in charge.
United hierarchy is said to be impressed with the enthusiasm and drive of Ten Hag towards his new job, citing his authoritative attitude and clarity of vision.
The Dutchman is said to have been given the latitude to make decisions on transfers and recruitment into the team.
He has reportedly envisaged drastic and wholesale changes to the team as a panacea to restore the team to its glory days.