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Sir Alex Ferguson very excited after Man Utd follow his advice as Erik ten Hag transfer plan comes to light

Manchester United’s new First Team Manager is planning an ambitious overhaul in his first summer in command, but he will need to be economical in the transfer market to secure the players he requires.

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Manchester United has indicated an interest in signing Christian Eriksen following his fantastic return to the Premier League.

 

Since joining Brentford in January, the 30-year-old has returned to his best form, barely months after suffering a heart arrest on the pitch during Denmark’s Euro 2020 match against Finland. Eriksen was later fitted with an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator, but was released by Inter Milan due to Italian restrictions prohibiting professional footballers from wearing such devices.

 

His countryman Thomas Frank then offered him a second shot in the Premier League with Brentford, which he eagerly accepted. Eriksen spent seven years with Tottenham before joining Inter in 2020, and in his return to the capital, he had a fantastic second half of the season, registering four assists.

 

Manchester United has indicated an interest in signing Christian Eriksen following his fantastic return to the Premier League.

 

After demonstrating that he is still more than capable of competing in the Premier League, there is a long list of potential suitors, including Manchester United, according to Mirror Football. Along with the Red Devils, Brentford would like to keep him, while Spurs and Everton are also keeping an eye on his status.

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Eriksen’s abilities were initially seen by new United manager Erik ten Hag at the conclusion of last year when Ajax permitted him to train with their senior team in order to recover his fitness. And those training sessions in Amsterdam certainly impressed Ten Hag, who is now hoping to put him in charge of his first window.

 

After losing Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, and Juan Mata this summer, the Dutchman knows he will need to immediately upgrade in central midfield. Ten Hag is said to desire as many as six players before the start of his first season in command, after inheriting a side that had its poorest Premier League season ever.

 

The 52-year-old is the club’s seventh permanent manager to try to emulate Sir Alex Ferguson’s achievements in the dugout, with the club’s title drought dating back to his retirement in 2013. Ferguson has already conveyed his best wishes to the new boss and will most likely agree with his recent transfer strategy.

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