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After Mount, this is the signing Manchester United wants yes or yes, he is not Onana

Erik Ten Hag sees him as a main part of his project at United 

By Liam Styles

Erik Ten Hag sees him as a main part of his project at United 
Erik Ten Hag sees him as a main part of his project at United 
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Manchester United has already started next season with Erik Ten Hag taking care of all the necessary details to take United back to glory. The Dutchman has achieved a great admiration and respect from United fans and owners through the job done during the last season, so he is finding the necessary support to his decisions as a manager.

A proof of that is the David De Gea exit from the Mancunian team. The Spanish goalkeeper came from setting himself as the goalkeeper with more clean sheets in the Manchester United, but Ten Hag's desire of counting with another goalkeeper made the Spanish player exit from the institution. In that sense, the Dutchman is willing to count on Andre Onana as his goalkeeper next season and the club is doing as much as possible to take him to Old Trafford.

Given that, a potential agreement between Manchester United and Inter Milan could be close in the next few days, as the Mancunian club continues slowly increasing its first bid for the Cameroonian goalkeeper and it would eventually be agreed by Inter. As soon as Manchester United completes the Onana arrival, they could be looking for their new signing, which has already been identified by Erik Ten Hag and Manchester United.

This potential Manchester United signing is called to face Haaland

After Mason Mount and Andre Onana, the next movement at Manchester United could be signing a striker, according to the British site Standard Sport.The big name appearing in the Dutchman wishlist is the Danish player Rasmus Højlund, from Atalanta. The young wonderkid has already been named as 'the new Haaland’, and he has been able to show elite abilities on the pitch, having played 42 games with Atalanta last season.

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