Manchester United manager Eric den Haag has given the green light to the signing of Evan Ferguson (19-Brighton).
The Red Devils have been in crisis since the start of the season, and it’s time for a change.

The long process of selling the club is over.

British chairman Jim Ratcliffe has agreed to buy a 25 percent stake in the club, with an official announcement expected soon.
As the new owner, Ratcliffe will take a more hands-on approach to running the club, including player recruitment, and has identified Ferguson as the new striker to lead United’s resurgence.
On the 19th (KST), British ‘Team Talk’ reported, “Van Gaal has been criticized for his recent poor performances.

However, Ratcliffe believes he is the right man to lead United and has given the green light to Ferguson’s arrival.”

Ferguson is an Irishman who has already attracted interest from several big clubs.

He is a huge prospect who utilizes his physical attributes to score goals.

He is a pure scorer with both feet and has the ability to link up.

Ferguson made his Premier League debut in the 2020-21 season and has scored five goals in 11 league games this season. 토토사이트
Brighton recognized Ferguson’s potential early on and re-signed him.

Brighton officially announced Ferguson’s re-signing on Nov. 11.

His contract runs through 2029.
The new contract means that the Seagulls will need to spend a lot of money to sign Ferguson, but Ratcliffe has made it clear that he wants to keep him.
“Brighton made a Premier League record £115 million profit on the sale of Moises Caicedo (Chelsea).

Ferguson wants the same amount and Ratcliffe is willing to invest.”
That’s because United’s forward line is a major disappointment.

Rasmus Hojelun has yet to make an impact in the league, while Marcus Rashford is also struggling.

The likes of Jadon Sancho and Anthony Martial are virtually unavailable, leaving the backline in need of an overhaul.

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