Man Utd lose out to Arsenal for Rice ‘undervalued’…Ten Hagg ‘head’ hurts…

Manchester United manager Eric den Haag has every right to be scratching his head.

The Red Devils have been one of the more underwhelming teams in the summer transfer window. They’ve brought in Mason Mount and are close to signing Onana as a replacement for goalkeeper David de Gea, but they haven’t made the additions that United and Van Gaal really need. The signing of a frontline striker is still in limbo. Harry Kane (Tottenham) continues to be linked to Bayern Munich (Germany), while Victor Osimhen (Napoli) has declared his intention to stay. Rasmus Hojlund (Atalanta) is being pursued, but negotiations remain stalled.먹튀검증

Meanwhile, the English outlet The Daily Express reported that the Gunners’ strengthening team does not see Declan Rice (Arsenal) as a player who can take the club to the next level. United were also interested in signing Rice but failed to make a move. Ten Haag said the club may regret that they could have landed Rice if they had been more agile, according to the report.

Van Gaal is also looking to strengthen his midfield. Franck de Jong (Barcelona), who had a breakthrough season at Ajax and has been linked with a move to United ever since. They had Bruno Fernandes, Casemiro, and Christian Eriksen, but they wanted a more mobile midfielder. In the end, Rice chose Arsenal amid United’s lackluster signings. Van Gaal’s heart is burning.

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