Ten Hag REACTS Over Ratcliffe £1.3B Investment On UNITED!

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Erik Ten Hag have reacted over Jim Ratcliffe takeover and £1.3 billion investment on Manchester United, MySportDab reports.

Manchester United boss have hailed the successful negotiation and agreement for the British billionaire to takeover part of the club.

Erik Ten Hag who saw his side made a comeback from two goals down to beat Aston Villa 3-2 is positive and happy to see a new man takeover things.

Ratcliffe’s acquisition of a 25 per cent part of the Old Trafford club for £1.3billion was finalized on Christmas Eve which was on the 24th.

The deal was completed after months of negotiations and Premier League ratification of the whole talks.

The takeover is expected to activate in the new year which will see the petrochemicals tycoon take management of football procedures at Old Trafford.

Many have expressed joy over the news of a new management coming to Old Trafford in an attempt which will boost the club more this season.

The news of the takeover surrounded things yesterday which saw Erik Ten Hag proving he is the right man to remain as manager.

The Manchester United boss had so much to say after their victory against Aston Villa last night at Old Trafford.

Here Is What Was Said:

‘I don’t think it has had an impact on the players,’ the Dutch manager said.

‘For me, I was kept informed in the whole process, so I knew what was going on.

‘We’re looking forward. I think it is positive for the club that they are stepping in.

‘They (INEOS) have a lot of experience in sport at the highest level: Formula One, a cycling team, football clubs.

‘They can only help us and support us to get our targets.

‘They want to work with us and we want to work with them.’

There are so much changes which is anticipated to happen with Jim Ratcliffe coming in as part owner of Manchester United.

Erik Ten Hag is also looking to get his side boost with more signings once the whole situation is cleared out and given green light by the Premier League.

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