Man Utd news: Erik ten Hag makes reckless demands ahead of season as Darwin Nunez wants transfer

Erik ten Hag is expected to call his squad back to training two weeks earlier than expected, while United-linked Darwin Nunez is reportedly targeting a move to the Premier League

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Manchester United fans will be desperate for this season to end. But the wait goes on.

The Red Devils are not in action this weekend due to the FA Cup final, meaning fans will at least get a break watching this struggling team in action. Nonetheless, they’ll be making their way ahead of the season finale next Sunday.

The two-week break will at least provide more time for introspection as the fan base still feels raw after a tough 4-0 defeat by Brighton. And for new manager Erik ten Hag, there is now no doubt about the magnitude of the task.

mirror sport has the latest Red Devils news as the club prepare for a welcome conclusion to the campaign and a critical summer.

Which academy players at United are poised to play a role under Ten Hag next season? Let us know in the comments section below!

Ten Hag makes pre-season demand

New manager Ten Hag has told his United players they will have to return to pre-season training earlier than usual this summer. The current Ajax boss is said to have been unfazed by the players’ fitness and called them back two weeks earlier than expected. United were apparently considering a July 4 return, although a restart of training has now been set for June 20.

“Ten Hag, like so many modern managers, plays a style of pressing that requires maximum fitness from players to maintain the level of running and energy required for 90 minutes,” writes David McDonnell in his account of the decision.

“As a result, the 52-year-old believes the United players need a two-week head start in the pre-season to ensure they can hit the ground running when the new season starts on August 6.”

Read the full story HERE.

Nunez wants Premier League move

Benfica’s top scorer Darwin Nunez is keen to move to the Premier League this summer, which puts Manchester United on high alert.

The Uruguayan has been one of the standout players in Portuguese football this season and has also shone in the Champions League. In both competitions, the 22-year-old has hit the net 32 ​​times in 38 games.

According to the Daily Mirror’s John Cross, while Nunez does have a £130m release clause in his current contract, a £70m fee could be enough to convince Benfica to cash in.

That sum could be enough to dissuade the likes of Wolverhampton Wanderers and Brighton from pursuing interim interest and clubs like United and Newcastle United, who have made new money, to let his signature contend.

Read the full story HERE.

Nunez has been outstanding for Benfica this season (Photo by Carlos Rodrigues – UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)

Garner tapped playing a role

Former United manager Warren Joyce believes James Garner has something to offer the first-team next season.

The midfielder has returned to Nottingham Forest on loan this season and helped the team reach the Championship play-offs. If Forest prevailed in those games, they would return to the top flight for the first time since 1999.

Garner looks like a player who can excel at this level for years to come and Boyce has compared his skills to ex-United favorite Michael Carrick.

“He has a great future,” he said. “He’s in the same shape as Michael Carrick. It puts pressure on him to be compared to Carrick but that’s what it’s like to be at Man United.”

Read the full story HERE.

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