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Ten Hag's new craze that would cost Manchester United 45 million

Current Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is exploring the possibility of strengthening his player

Current Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is exploring the possibility of strengthening his player

Current Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is exploring the possibility of strengthening his forward line in January, and according to recent reports, Ajax striker Brian Brobbey is one of the names on the radar. Sky Sports Germany's Florian Plettenberg reveals that the English club are seriously considering the option of signing the 21-year-old during the next two transfer windows.

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Although Brian Brobbey is not a newcomer on the Red Devils' shortlist, he still remains an Ajax player so far. The striker has been in excellent form in the Eredivisie, scoring 13 goals in 25 games in all competitions. His performances have caught the eye of Manchester United, who are looking to strengthen their attacking line with the impending departure of Anthony Martial and the ongoing adaptation of Rasmus Hojlund.

The obvious need for another striker at Old Trafford has led Ten Hag to seriously consider Brobbey as a viable option. However, the final decision on whether to go for another player from Ajax remains a matter of debate within the squad. Despite previous successes with signings such as Christian Eriksen, Antony and Lisandro Martinez, some voices within the club question the Dutch coach's apparent preference for recruiting talent from his former club.

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Ten Hag's whim

With the imminent departure of Martial, the search for a new front man has become a priority for Manchester United. The potential acquisition of Brobbey could be a crucial piece in the Red Devils' attacking jigsaw, but the question remains whether Ten Hag's strategy of constantly looking to Ajax is the right one to revitalise the team's attack.

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