Man United have agreed £27million contract with manager, plot massive rebuild – Report

Erik ten Hag - Manchester United manager

Yesterday, Manchester United officially confirmed the appointment of Erik ten Hag, who will be our 5th permanent manager in nine years.

If reports in the media are anything to go by then Man United have agreed a contract worth £27million with the Dutch coach, who will join at the end of the current campaign.

Transfer: Ten Hag could move to sign £120m midfielder, £140m forward for Man United – Report

According to an exclusive story covered by The Daily Telegraph, the 52-year-old manager has agreed a three-year deal with the Old Trafford outfit that will make him earn £9million per year.

The renowned news source have mentioned that Ten Hag has won the battle to appoint Steve McClaren as one of the assistant managers and the Red Devils plot a huge rebuild this summer.

Former manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, used to earn around £7.5million per year and Ten Hag is going to be the 5th highest earner in the Premier League behind Guardiola, Klopp, Conte and Rodgers (The Sun).

The Telegraph claim that this summer, the 20-time English champions are prioritizing the signings of two midfielders and a top-quality center forward.

As far as the midfield is concerned, it is stated that Man Utd have looked at the likes of Phillips, McGinn, Bissouma, Neves and Tchouameni.

On the other hand, the names of Darwin Nunez, Antony and Arnaut Danjuma are on the radar to improve the attack at Old Trafford.

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