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Erik Ten Hag very excited as He could be about to get a solution to Manchester United’s problem position

At Manchester United, it seems there are not just 99 problems, but a multitude to address, and the team’s right flank issues are just one piece of the complex puzzle.

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The club’s challenges span the spectrum, from macroscopic organizational matters to microscopic on-field intricacies, encompassing everything in between.

What initially appeared as a hopeful first season for Erik ten Hag, where he appeared to have successfully navigated the turbulent waters, has now given way to unforeseen challenges and obstacles.

Optimism and progress have been replaced by frustration and regression, to a degree that it has raised genuine concerns about Ten Hag’s tenure.

United typically exhibits patience with their managers, having consistently backed him in recruitment, and making a change now might lead to even worse results.

However, the lack of cohesion and a discernible tactical setup on the pitch has become increasingly disconcerting.

Injuries have played a significant role, but even with a deep squad, there should be some semblance of a plan.

Imagine a director assembling a star-studded cast and then instructing them to act without a script. The result would be a chaotic production.

While defensive woes are evident, the right flank has been a persistent problem for Ten Hag.

Jadon Sancho has been sidelined, Antony missed five matches, and neither has made a significant impact when they’ve played.

Antony’s return hasn’t changed much, as he wasn’t trusted to start against Manchester City.

Antony’s performance in the derby, which included a petulant incident with Jeremy Doku, reflects United’s growing immaturity and unlikable demeanor.

He’s United’s second-most expensive player ever, yet his contributions have been minimal. With Sancho’s future uncertain and Antony’s struggles, United’s options on the right flank are limited, except for one player.

Amad Diallo, who dazzled on loan at Sunderland last season and looked promising in preseason, had a setback with a knee injury.

However, he recently returned to light training at Carrington, indicating his recovery is on the right track.

Amad may not be a guaranteed success at Old Trafford, but his potential outweighs the struggles United is currently facing on the right.

His previous season’s record of 14 goals and four assists at Sunderland demonstrates his ability to make an impact.

When he returns, he should be given a real opportunity in the team. Ten Hag might just find a solution to one of his most pressing problems in this young and promising talent.

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