Manchester United is apparently providing coach Erik ten Hag with less money than initially expected for his plans in the summer. That reports the English Sun.
Accordingly, the Dutchman should receive almost 116 million euros for the planned squad restructuring. The newspaper writes that managing director Richard Arnold will not give the new coach a blank check in view of the expenses in recent years, even if he needs a lot of money for new players.
Manchester United have spent nearly £1bn (€1.16bn) on transfers since 2013 and now want to be more cautious.
Man United are reportedly working on the transfers of Frenkie de Jong (FC Barcelona) and Antony (Ajax Amsterdam). Both players should be at the top of ten Hag’s wish list. The rumored transfer budget would be exhausted.