Erik ten Hag says that if he had not been granted “management” over transfers at Manchester United he wouldn’t have taken the job.
The Dutchman will take over at Outdated Trafford in the summertime and says negotiations with the membership have been solely concluded as soon as he was given extra enter into participant recruitment, though he insists he doesn’t wish to be “sole ruler”.
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“I set necessities upfront about how I wish to work,” he advised Dutch outlet Trouw.
“In the event that they aren’t granted, I gained’t do it. I’m in the end accountable and accounted for the outcomes. I don’t wish to be the only ruler, I stand for cooperation, however management in transfers is a situation for me.”
Apart from reshaping the squad, Ten Hag can even be tasked with getting a grip of the present crop of gamers.
The 52-year-old will inherit a bunch which incorporates the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernandes, Raphael Varane, Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford however insists each participant must observe his directions in the event that they wish to stay on the membership
“I cannot change my view on teaching,” he added.
“The fabric at all times determines the way you play, however I point out the necessities that include it and the requirements. I inform who has what process and who doesn’t meet it, can be advised that, no matter who it’s. I make no concessions in that regard.”
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