After a dream year for the Mexican, in England they claim that Edson Álvarez would arrive at Manchester United for a powerful reason that gives strength to this information.
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And this powerful reason is not only the great year that Álvarez has had with Ajax, which recently played and lost the Dutch Cup against PSV, also led by Mexican Erick Gutiérrez.
The powerful reason why Edson Álvarez would arrive at Manchester United
According to the English press, the powerful reason for Álvarez to join the Red Devils has a name and a surname: the club's new coach, Dutchman Erik ten Hag.
This coach is none other than the current head coach of Ajax in the Eredivisie, and the virtual new coach of United, and who has helped Alvarez grow as never before in his career.
According to The Mirror, a high-traffic English media outlet, Álvarez would be an option for those playing at Old Trafford as Ten Hag would arrive at the club with total freedom to sign reinforcements.
The media claims that:
"Manchester United needs a defensive midfielder and luckily, Edson Alvarez is it. Usually deployed deep as a lying midfielder, the 24-year-old has 56 appearances for Mexico and recently helped them qualify for the World Cup."
Cristiano Ronaldo would be out of the club, upon the arrival of Erik ten Hag
According to the English press, one of the elements that would be left out of the club with the arrival of Erik ten Hag would be Cristiano Ronaldo, as the Portuguese are not to the liking of the Dutch coach.
And by leaving him out of the club, the coach would give a blow of authority on the table, with which he would give the players to understand that a change has come to the club, but this would also have to be translated with more victories on the field.
Manchester United has not recovered from the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson
Next year will mark the tenth anniversary of the departure of former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson and since his departure, the club has not been the same.
And not just in terms of style of play or personality, but in sporting terms as soon as Ferguson left the club, the Red Devils became a mid-table team.
The coach was in charge of United from 1986 until his retirement in 2013 and in that period, he won so many titles that it would be impossible to list them in this article.
But suffice it to say that the club was the most dominant in the 1990s and early 2000s in world soccer, so the shoes left by Ferguson upon his retirement have been impossible to fill for all the managers who have passed through the club since then.