Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, has identified three strategies he intends to use at the organization to improve the state of the team Ralf Rangnick left behind.
According to Sky Sports, Erik Ten Hag will keep his players in the same rigorous training program that he has required of them throughout the preseason.
In order to restore a winning culture at Old Trafford, the 52-year-old is also exerting significant effort to alter the mindset of the team.
Ten Hag is also less interested in signing big names for the sake of it when it comes to recruiting than he is in focused transfers that will help him in the direction he wants to go.
Ten Hag was recently chosen as Man United’s permanent manager, taking Rangnick’s place as an interim manager.
The Dutch coach, who came to the Premier League powerhouses from Ajax, has yet to drop a match during Man United’s preseason.
He has guided the club to victories over Crystal Palace, Melbourne Victory, and Liverpool, as well as a 2-2 draw with Aston Villa.