Erik ten Hag says Manchester United must replace Cristiano Rorazo with another striker.
Ronaldo’s bitter departure from Old Trafford was confirmed by Ten Hag on November 22, leaving Ten Hag without a sufficient attacking force to take on the rest of United’s campaign.
Ten Hag, Anthony Elanga, Facuno Pistri and Alejandro Garnacho believe United has players capable of filling in the void left behind by Ronaldo five times Ballon d’Or winner. However, he said he is open to entering the transfer market if the right target was available.
Ten Hag stated, “Two things.” “Impulse could come out of our club, Garnacho, Elanga, and Pellistri. He made a good impression both at the World Cup, as well in training. This is the first.
“Second, yes we are aware that we lost a striker. So I think we need to get another striker in. But it must be the right one.
“The right player is one that adds quality to the team and not just adds to it because that will only cause you problems.” Manchester United is a high-quality club.
Ten Hag: Rashford is able to score 20 PL goals
Marcus Rashford, according to Ten Hag, could be the answer to United’s attacking problems.
Ten Hag believes that the forward, an England international, is capable of reaching the 20-goal mark in this season’s Premier League.
Ten Hag stated, “I don’t want myself to rely on a number.” “I was clear from the beginning that Rashford is capable to score 20 goals in the Premier League. I am certain about that.”
“He now has four, but there are many other goals. He scored three at The World Cup. So he is likely to score the same number in the Premier League.”
Ten Hag believes that goals will begin to flow
United’s Premier League top scorer is Rashford with four goals. Ten Hag’s team has scored on just 20 occasions this season. However, the Dutchman is optimistic that the goals will begin to flow.
We are conscious that we need to score more goals and we must improve our football skills. We must be more decisive. It is easy to worry about not creating opportunities, but it is obvious that we must score more.
“I analysed the first 20 games and found that we had many problems in the frontline, sometimes I had no choice but to pick or players weren’t 100% so I still had the obligation to play them.
“That was a problem in the first 20 games of this season.” If we can get more fit players on the frontline, we’ll score more goals.”
Ten Hag: Good isn’t good enough
United’s 38-day World Cup Intermission will be completed when Nottingham Forest travels to Old Trafford on Monday night.
Ten Hag answered the question about whether the break was a time for him to mark his performance since taking over United. That is something I let others do.
“I don’t give my self a grade. I do my best each day. I try to give it all. I want to be a better version than myself. I can assure you that. I’m confident that progress will be made.
“You can always do better. If you’re satisfied, it can lead to laziness. Good is not enough for me. We have to do better. This is also true for managers.”
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