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Erik ten Hag is ‘not the real problem’ at Manchester United with three key issues named



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It has been explained that Erik ten Hag is not the central problem at Manchester United, but rather three key other issue areas.

Manchester United‘s start to the season has seen them lose three of their opening five Premier League fixtures ahead of a Champions League tie against Bayern Munich.

They currently sit in 13th place on the league table, with the club continuing to make headlines every day for off-field problems.

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This has led some to conclude that manager Erik ten Hag may be the central problem at the club during the opening month of the season, although this has now been refuted.

The feeling around Erik ten Hag is “solid”, according to Fabrizio Romano. Ten Hag continues to take care of the Manchester United players, with very good relationships in the squad bar a few special cases – both the club and manager are said to be happy with the transfer window.

The feeling among people close to the club is that Erik ten Hag is not the problem, but instead extra-sporting matters such as the Antony, Mason Greenwood, and Jadon Sancho cases, the current injury crisis and the sales process are what currently pose problems for the day-to-day work.

The takeover is said to be creating a problem within the squad and the club as they are not able to work in a “normal” working environment due to the instability that the club are creating.

There is yet to be any conclusion on the takeover process that started in November 2022.