Marcus Rashford talks to former team-mate Daley Blind about new boss Erik ten Hag as the reasons Manchester United fell behind in the race to sign Darwin Nunez has been revealed
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Marcus Rashford has been persuaded to stay at Manchester United this summer after speaking to former team-mate Daley Blind about Erik ten Hag’s methods.
The England international may have endured his toughest campaign at Old Trafford last season as he struggled to return to the first team after returning to full fitness following shoulder surgery a year ago. That has led to the forward considering his future at the club, although conversations with former Reds defender Daley Blind about Erik ten Hag’s style and coaching methods are believed to have convince him to stay.
It comes after the reason United fell behind in the race to sign Darwin Nunez was revealed – after a meeting with Benfica president Rui Costa in April never took place after the Portuguese legend was poisoned food. And before Liverpool target Talles Magno is a player who will thrive with new boss Erik ten Hag’s style of play.
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Rashford convinced to stay
Marcus Rashford is “excited” to be working under new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag following a conversation with Daley Blind.
The United forward weighed his options after a difficult campaign last season, but was informed by his former team-mate of Ten Hag’s hand-in-hand nature. Under Rangnick’s guidance, Ole Gunnar Solskjaerand Jose MourinhoRashford considers his game “lack of guidance” in recent years.
And the England international is now hoping his new boss can help get his Old Trafford career back on track.
The reason why the Nunez transfer failed
Manchester United have lost ground in the race to sign Darwin Nunez after a meeting with the Benfica bosses was cancelled.
The discussion was scheduled for April, but Benfica president Rui Costa contracted food poisoning shortly after his birthday. However, United officials saw the cancellation of the meeting as an act of annoyance and subsequently fell behind in the race for the striker’s signature.
Nunez was once a target for new boss Erik ten Hag, although he ultimately opted to sign with Premier League Liverpool rival.
Talles Magno’s spy report
Brazilian youngster Talles Magno could thrive under Erik ten Hag at Manchester United.
The Brazilian has been in impressive form since joining New York City from Vasco da Gama in 2021. He has previously been linked with the likes of Liverpool and Atletico Madrid, but is the type of player that could be. flourished under Ten Hag.
And given Ten Hag’s track record of developing young talent, it’s not surprising that United will be looking for young players in the future, and Mirror Football has drawn on the Brazilian’s rules of strengths and weaknesses to distinguish them. conversion capacity.