Red Devils Look to offload few attackers

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The Red Devils plan to ‘dump’ three of their expensive attacking signings in the January transfer window. They will Rebuild.

Red Devils Crisis

Following Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement ten years ago, United has wasted 1.4 billion pounds on players. Incoming minority owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe is expected to seek explanations.

The Sun claims that although current manager Erik ten Hag is not the only one at fault. His most costly addition, Antony, is set to be fired in January.

Antony Out

The decision to invest £85 million for the Brazil international winger was a push by Ten Hag, but he has not lived up to the high expectations placed on him and does not appear to be able to handle the demands of Red Devils.

The former Ajax player has been linked to a return to Brazil; but, earlier this week, speculations that Flamengo was considering signing the player on loan were denied by the vice president of the club.

Sancho not a Red Devil

Jadon Sancho, on the other hand, is still living in exile. Since he refuse to apologise to his boss for the statement he release after cut from the team. Before September’s match against Arsenal.
Ten Hag not happy with the England international’s training attitude, and as there has been no progress in finding a solution. Red Devils is preparing to make amends by playing Borussia Dortmund again.

Anthony Martial, meanwhile, is also deem surplus. To requirements having fallen behind summer signing Rasmus Hojlund in Ten Hag’s pecking order.

Hojlund Step up

The Denmark international enhanced his burgeoning reputation with two more goals, albeit in defeat, against FC Copenhagen in midweek and the youngster insists the squad remains fully behind their under-fire manager.

Hojlund describes Ten Hag as “a really good coach” . He is really detail-oriented, highly supportive, and gives me a lot of confidence.

“I believe he has the support of every player in the dressing room.” I’m hoping that success for Red Devils is simply a question of time.

“We played some of our best football of the season in the first thirty minutes of today.”

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