Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag feels positive about the prospect of selling the club. He believes that investment is needed to keep up with competitors.
Eric ten Hag He held talks with the club’s general manager, Richard Arnold.
– What I’ve learned is that it will make it possible to increase investment. We talked about the culture we want and our goals. He (Arnold) confirmed that he will not change, but rather make it better so that there is more money available for this project, the Dutchman said in a press conference during the training camp in Spain.
United Manager understands that investments are needed in order to catch up with the biggest competitors.
– Newcastle on their way, as well as West Ham. You can’t see it on the table now, but a lot has been invested in it. And he continued that you can quickly count seven or eight clubs that will fight for the title in the English Premier League.
The Glazer family said in November that they were open to selling the club, which they have owned since 2005. They have received a lot of criticism for the way they have run the English giant club.
United ranks fifth with 26 points from 14 matches. 11 points separate league leaders Arsenal.
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