Ten Hag Targets Defensive Signing, Kvaratskhelia And Potential Debut Altay Bayindir


Strategic Changes Ahead: Manchester United's Response to Season Struggles

en.toyoong.com Manchester United, led by Erik ten Hag, plans a significant squad overhaul to address poor performance, prompted by a challenging start to the season with nine losses in the initial 18 games.

Despite recent spending, the focus shifts to player departures in the upcoming January transfer window and the following summer.

High-profile signing Jadon Sancho, excluded due to a fallout with manager Erik ten Hag, will be available for transfer in January.

Players like Donny van de Beek, Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane, Casemiro, Christian Eriksen, and Anthony Martial face uncertain futures.

Possible departures include Jonny Evans, Brandon Williams, Tom Heaton, Alvaro Fernandez, and Sofyan Amrabat (subject to improved form for a permanent deal, currently on loan from Fiorentina).

Ten Hag aims to strengthen the squad with strategic signings, especially in defense, to enhance overall team performance.

Scouting Watch: Manchester United Eyes Georgian Star Kvicha Kvaratskhelia

Manchester United sent scouts to watch Georgian talent Kvicha Kvaratskhelia play against Spain, sparking transfer speculations.

The direct style of play and competition with Marcus Rashford in the same position raise questions about the compatibility of his playing style with the team's approach. Newcastle United, tactically, makes more sense for Kvaratskhelia.

Despite transfer speculations, Kvaratskhelia is reportedly offered a contract extension at Napoli.

Potential Debut: Altay Bayindir Eyes First Appearance for Manchester United Against Everton

Altay Bayindir, a summer signing from Fenerbahce, may debut for Manchester United if first-choice goalkeeper Andre Onana is unavailable against Everton.

Uncertainty surrounds Andre Onana's availability due to an injury sustained while playing for Cameroon. Manchester United is yet to comment on the severity of Andre Onana's injury

Turkey's head coach, Vincenzo Montella, expresses confidence in Altay Bayindir's ability to perform well if called upon for Manchester United's upcoming match. Despite being on the bench for Manchester United, Bayindir actively contributed to Turkey's recent victories against Germany and a draw with Wales during international duty.

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