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Stopped Grealish, started for Holland and ten Hag wants him for Manchester United

By Liam Styles

Stopped Grealish, started for Holland and ten Hag wants him for Manchester United

The Dutch coach wants his compatriot to join the Red Devils' full-back. 

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Manchester United are on the lookout for new players who can fit the new big team profile for the upcoming Premier League season. The team coached by Erik ten Hag is looking for new players with the right profile to be able to face all the commitments they have both in the Premier League and in the UEFA Champions League where they want to be the favourites to be able to lift the highest trophy in Europe and compete with their neighbours Manchester City.

The Dutch coach no longer wants to be in third place in the overall table and would be looking for high profile players who can accompany elements such as Bruno Fernandes and Casemiro. The latter arrived from Real Madrid with high expectations and the fans have applauded his various performances for the high commitment and tenacity he has shown during the campaign.

But the defensive zone is the one that has had the most problems for the Red Devils. Harry Maguire is one of the biggest concerns for the club today because he has underperformed and his contract is too high to keep him at the club. There has even been talk that they could pay their own re-signing clause and get him out as soon as possible so that another defender can come in his place.

So I have already noted a Dutch player who has been very active on the European circuit in recent months. Inter Milan have started him as one of Simone Inzaghi's key players on the right wing. You have to remember that the Italians have fine-tuned the way they play with their wingers who get to the end zone and can accompany strikers like Lautaro Martinez or Romelu Lukaku.

Who is the player ten Hag wants from Italy?

Manchester United are reportedly looking to bring defender Denzel Dumfries into the Premier League next season. The Dutchman is valued at 28 million euros for the Red Devils to be offering more than 50 million to be able to have him as soon as possible and prepare the team's preseason that will begin the next few days to prepare the tournaments of the coming months.
 


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