Erik Ten Hag Will arrive at Manchester United to a squad struggling for age and a very obvious lack of commitment on the field of play.
To fight their way out of this mess, new Manchester United Manager Erik Ten Hag could inject this four Africans into the squad as he begins his journey at the Theatre of Dreams.
The Napoli forward is been mentioned by Goal as one of the players offered to Erik Ten Hag .
Young, Hardworking and with a good eye for goal the Italian Serie A March player of the month will certainly relish the opportunity to play at Manchester United following in the footsteps of Super Eagles teammate Odion Ighalo.
Burkina Faso defender, Edmond Tapsoba. Aged 23, Tapsoba joined Leverkusen in the January transfer window of the 2019/20 season, and immediately improved the defensive security and ball-circulation of Peter Bosz’s team. Under Seoane, he has adapted to the Swiss’ differing tactical demands superbly.
He certainly fits the demands and style expected of Manager Erik Ten Hag and is currently being monitored by United scouts in view of a summer transfer.
Ajax right back Nosussair Mazroui could join Erik Ten Hag as he moves to Manchester United. Luke Shaw has not been a consistent performer for United this season and may face a serious challenge for a place in the team if the Morrocan arrives.
With 5 goals from his 23 appearances for Ajax this season, Nosussair Mazroui understands Erik’s style of play and will contribute effectively in attack a principal characteristic of the new Manchester United Boss.
Yves Bissaoma born on the 30th of August 1996 is a midfielder for Premier League club Brighton and hove Albion.
The 25-year-old Mali international has become one of the most in-demand holding midfielders in England over the past couple of seasons as a result of his marauding performances in the Premier League.
He is strong, durable and reliable. Manchester United had also previously scouted the player, and it is believed their transfer department is still keeping tabs on him and a summer transfer cannot be ruled out as Erik Ten Hag rings the Changes at Manchester United.
For a club with a not too good history with African players, it will take a revolution as expected to see any of this players cross the wishlist zone to sign up and represent Manchester United next season.