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Man United’s Ratcliffe urged Ten Hag to seal this $300M-add to sign $200M duo

The Red Devils could make a significant improvement for the next few years

By Mario Perez

Erik Ten Hag's role at Manchester United would be crucial for the expansion of the club.
Erik Ten Hag's role at Manchester United would be crucial for the expansion of the club.
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Manchester United’s new minority stakeholder Sir Jim Ratcliffe would be suffering the consequences of United’s poor results, and he would have already talked with the club’s coach Erik Ten Hag to give him clear instructions ahead of the next season.

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The British billionaire, who recently completed the purchase of the 25% stake of the club for $1.5 billion, would have in mind many plans for the institution, and he would be looking forward to completing his ambitions in the next few months.

According to the British media, these ambitions would include great plans for the Red Devils’ summer transfer market window, where the British billionaire would have the goal of having up to $300 million ready to spend in massive signings able to lead the club to the elite of European football.

These plans would include the signing of a top duo of players valued at $200 million to take the club sporting performances to the next level for but the British billionaire would need the help of Erik Ten Hag for it, and he would have already spoken with the Dutchman about the matter.

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Ten Hag’s role would be crucial for Ratcliffe’s plans

According to the Mancunian journal Manchester Evening Standard, Ten Hag would have been urged by Ratcliffe to classify the club for the next Champions League, the only possibility that the club could have the planned $300 million to invest in the market and have the $200 duo Harry Kane-Frenkie De Jong, who would definitely increase the level of Manchester United for the next few years.

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