Manchester United see Ajax coach Erik ten Hag as next permanent club manager – Paper Round

United identify Ten Hag

Manchester United have been persuaded to move Ajax boss Erik ten Hag to their list of candidates for the next permanent manager at Old Trafford due to his track record of helping Premier League failures rediscover their form, according to The Mirror. At Ajax, Sébastien Haller, Daley Blind, Davy Klaassen, Steven Berghuis, Dusan Tadic and Maarten Stekelenburg have all changed their careers.

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Paper Round’s point of view: United’s problem is not that they lack talented players – most of the squad have joined showing potential after impressing elsewhere – but that they have failed to maintain their standards or achieve success. improve to the expected level. By naming Ten Hag, they may have recognized that they can’t just buy new players and are hopeful that all will be well.

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Howe considers transfer of Cook

Eddie Howe cares about his former player Steve Cook, the captain of Bournemouth. The Sun report that the new Newcastle boss wants to sign Burnley’s Ben Mee or James Tarkowski, but if either of them turns out to be too expensive to sign in the winter transfer window then he will look to the defender of the championship to strengthen the defense.

Paper Round’s point of view: The Newcastle squad are woefully out of shape at the moment and bringing in Cook would at least be a quick fix. The player would know what to expect from the coach, and he would have more time to spend training other players who are less familiar with his approach to the game.

Real and PSG await Pogba

Spanish newspaper Marca reports Ralf Rangnick’s statement that he will not fight to keep Paul Pogba at Manchester United if he wants to leave. The German disagreed with the decision to let him recover from his current injury abroad, and six months away from his contract Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are set to sign him for a free transfer.

Paper Round’s point of view: Whatever the cause, Pogba has been a huge waste of United’s time and resources, and he needs to make the most of his talent. More importantly for the club, they need players who want to be there, and it doesn’t look like Pogba has changed his mind in the past two weeks since the new man arrived.

Brighton continues to pursue Kozlowski

Brighton & Hove Albion are expected to continue their efforts to sign Kacper Kozlowski from Pogon Szczecin. The 18-year-old is already a Poland international and he could cost around £ 8million, according to the Mail. While other bigger teams are interested, if he moves to Brighton he is expected to spend time on loan at his sister club Royale Union Saint-Gilloise.

Paper Round’s point of view: By sending Kozlowski to Belgium for half a season or more, they could expose the youngster to a quality improvement while also giving him the chance to step out of the Premier League spotlight. Brighton must continue to find bargains if they are to succeed against clubs with much larger budgets than theirs.

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