Manchester United’s new manager could hand over £98m to double act as an Old Trafford lifesaver: Omar Garrick



Manchester United had a relatively busy January transfer window, but it looks like they could have an even busier summer.

United supporters had hoped the club would beef up its midfield department in the winter transfer window, but Ralf Rangnick will now be tasked with trying to secure a Champions League place without signing in January.

As the dust settles following the closing of the mid-season transfer window, there is talk of who will be the club’s next permanent manager, with Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Hag the main candidates in the race.

Pochettino has been linked with United in the past and could become the favorite if he is relieved of his duties at Paris Saint-Germain, although Ten Hag’s ability to help develop young players could be something United’s management could consider.

Whoever they decide to appoint in the summer, the new boss will have some key decisions to make.

United were right to downsize the squad in January, but two of the players allowed to go on loan could still have futures at Old Trafford.

Anthony Martial and Donny van de Beek temporarily moved from United in the winter transfer window. Martial, who signed for United in 2015 for a potential value of up to £58m, has struggled to live up to the hype surrounding his move to Manchester and a loan move could be just what he needs to win back his career. trust.

£40m signing Van de Beek hasn’t had the game time to showcase his talents and he too could reap the rewards of a temporary move.

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Depending on who United appoint as manager in the summer, one of the two players mentioned surely has a great chance to revive his Old Trafford career.

Martial has always been admired by Pochettino and the Frenchman was linked with a move to north London during Pochettino’s time as Tottenham manager.

Meanwhile, Ten Hag takes great credit for van de Beek’s rise at Ajax, with the Dutch midfielder playing a key role in helping Ajax reach the Champions League semi-final in 2019.

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If Ten Hag is appointed as United manager, he would like to think that Van de Beek will be offered a second chance, and the same applies to Martial if the club choose to appoint Pochettino.

Of course, this discussion could be completely pointless if neither manager is given the reins at Old Trafford, but they are seen as the main contenders and thus Martial or Van de Beek could get another shot at United glory.

Could Martial or Van de Beek still have a future at United? Follow our writer United On My Mind omar garrick on Twitter to join in the discussion and give us your thoughts on the matter in the comments section below.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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