Boss Eric Ten Haag could get a £120m transfer budget from Manchester United to revive Manchester United this summer as the Dutch target Ajax stars Anthony, Lisandro Martinez, and Calvin Phillips. Handles the possibility of an extra year and will replace interim manager Ralph Rajnick. The Ajax boss has been announced as the new Old Trafford manager, heading into the 2022/23 summer transfer window and subsequent Premier League season. While we’ll have to wait for future confirmation, the wheels at Old Trafford could start to turn before the summer seismic shift window. The Dutchman is a favourite for Manchester United ahead of the new season, replacing Ralph Rangnick on the bench at Old Trafford when his term as interim manager expires in the summer.

According to reports, Erik ten Hag intends to ‘clean’ the Manchester United locker room and its hostile atmosphere. The Ajax manager will succeed Ralf Rangnick at the end of the season. And he’ll be given the task of restoring Old Trafford’s glory days, as the club has tried and failed since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement in 2013. Now, footage of the Dutchman in full swing on the sideline is circulating, demonstrating his no-nonsense approach to pushing his players to their maximum potential.

Eric Ten Haag says he is “completely determined to build a team that will get what [the fans] deserve after taking on the challenges of David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and Solskjaer in the end successful team”. If he fails to secure a Champions League spot by the end of the season, there will be dire consequences for the ten Hag, as rumours suggest United will only approve a transfer budget of just £20m if he isn’t able to. This season, they wish to be in the top four of the PL under Ralf Rangnick. While it is reported that as much as 20 million pounds could cut the Ten Witch’s transfer budget in this scenario, the Mirror reports that the new manager may be looking for around 200 million pounds for the upcoming transfer window spending pool.

Paris Saint-Germain is ready to let Mauricio Pochettino‘s Paris Saint-Germain team leave this summer and will not expect anything in return from Manchester United if they move to Old Trafford. Manchester United have reportedly tried to sign Wolverhampton midfielder Ruben Neves in the last two transfer windows but pulled him out. In recent years, Harry Kane has been closely linked with a move out of Tottenham, coming close to joining Manchester United’s historic rivals Manchester City last summer. In contrast, Declan Rice has attracted interest from some of England’s biggest clubs after joining West Ham.