Manchester United is facing a difficult transfer summer. After the disappointing season, there are now reports of financial problems at the traditional English club. The new coach Erik Ten Hag faces major challenges.

Financial difficulties: In addition to the sporting misery of Manchester United with missing the Champions League, there are now financial worries. According to a study, Manchester United has lost more than one billion euros in transfers over the past ten years. Therefore, the budget for new signings in the next transfer window is “only” 120 million euros.

Club in crisis: The current Premier League season is one of the weakest in Manchester United’s history. With two remaining game days, Ralf Rangnick’s team can slip down to 7th place. Last year, the Red Devils finished as runners-up.

Difficult transfer situation: United are said to be leaving several players in the summer, including the likes of Juan Mata, Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard. The new coach Erik Ten Hag has already had some dream players in mind, as reported by the British “Daily Star”. Because of the sporting situation, United has lost its attractiveness. A successful transfer is therefore anything but certain.

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