The new Man United boss for Eric Ten Hague’s ‘N’Golo Conte is a shocker. The Chelsea midfielder has the ability, experience and appetite to help rebuild next season.’
- Midfield area is one Eric Ten Hague is looking forward to strengthening this summer
- Man United owner N’Golo Cante believes he will be available this summer
- The French World Cup winner, 31, has one year left on his Stamford Bridge
New Manchester United coach Eric Ten Hagg has targeted Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Cante as part of his reconstruction.
Ten Hague, who has signed a three-year deal with the Red Devils, is expected to oversee the team’s overhaul at Old Trafford, with many first-team players leaving and several transfers targeted.
Midfield area Ho Ten Ten is keen to strengthen this summer, especially with Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic being given the expected exit in free transfers.
Manchester United boss Eric Ten Hague reportedly wants N’Golo Cante to start his reconstruction.
Accordingly Daily MirrorTen Hague believes French World Cup winner Conte has the ability, experience and appetite to help rebuild next season.
The 31-year-old French World Cup winner has one year left on his Stamford Bridge contract and Ten Hague believes he can be provided with a big transfer budget from new Chelsea boss Todd Bohli to Thomas Tuchel.
Ten Hague convened an important planning meeting in Amsterdam on Thursday as his Old Trafford regime continues.
The 31-year-old French World Cup winner has one year left on Stamford Bridge
After watching Ajax crowned the Eredivisie champions on Wednesday night, Ten Hague wasted no time in planning for next season with United.
The Dutch coach led a strategy meeting – which included his longtime assistant Mitchell van der Gag and staff from United’s recruitment team – to understand football director John Murtoff.
It is understood that possible transfer targets were discussed at the meeting, with Barcelona midfielder Frankie de Jong – who worked with Ten Hague at Ajax – considered one of the players on United’s radar.
The Dutchman (above) is expected to oversee the team’s overhaul at Old Trafford.
Ten Hague signed his Ajax career with the trophy after bestowing the Redeemer title on his side.