Frenkie de Jong and Darwin Nunez transfer latest as Manchester United confirm 11 departures
Man United headlines for the evening of June 10th.
As the transfer market begins, United’s position on De Jong and Nunez is unclear.
As the domestic summer transfer market finally starts today, all eyes are on Manchester United, with clubs around the Premier League preparing to get serious. However, international preparations will have to wait a little longer, as the window will not open until July 1.
Joined are taking a more measured approach to enlisting this late spring, and they don’t want to be rushed into any agreements based on internet entertainment gab or specialty techniques, but their cause isn’t helped by comparisons with Premier League rivals who have already declared new debuts.
Continuous efforts are made to ensure success. United has had the most wonderful summer, but with the transfer window only open for two or three hours, it appears that no new acquisitions will be made before the end of the month.
Joined announces the release of 11 players.
Manchester United has released their held roster for the 2022/23 season, with 11 players expected to depart by the end of the month.
In his most memorable summer at Old Trafford, Erik ten Hag has been entrusted with a hazardous remaking position, and he should be tasked with replacing some of the elite players whose contracts expire on June 30.
Last week, Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, and Juan Mata all announced their intention to quit United, while individual first-teamers Nemanja Matic and Edinson Cavani have also stated their want to depart in the late spring.
Ten Hag’s most notable strength is revealed by De Ligt to United’s players.
The Netherlands and Juventus are refocusing their efforts. Matthijs de Ligt spoke eloquent about new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag’s managerial qualities.
Ten Hag was publicly announced as United’s next long-term manager in April, after a period of speculation. On May 23, less than 24 hours after the 2021/22 mission ended with a 1-0 loss at Crystal Palace, he was revealed to the media for the first time in an Old Trafford public interview.
Former Ajax manager Ralf Rangnick has handed over the baton to the former Ajax boss, who now has the task of bringing some desperately needed success back to M16.