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Since the beginning of the season, Manchester United have seen an astonishing turnaround, which was exemplified by their recent victory against their city-rivals Manchester City on Saturday. Manchester United is in an excellent spot right now, as they have won their last nine matches in a row across all competitions.

Erik ten Hag, who is primarily responsible for the reversal in fortunes, is definitely aware that there is still a huge distance to walk for the Red Devils to truly become a consistent force both locally and in Europe. This is something that ten Hag is well aware of. If the 52-year-old wants to properly leave his mark on the team, it is likely that he will require additional transfer windows.

The former manager of Ajax reportedly has his sights set on accomplishing exactly that, as reported by The Sun. It is believed that he gave club scouts a list of many Dutch talents to follow with the intention of maybe assisting to lower the age of the current squad by targeting a variety of young gems. He reportedly did this in order to achieve this goal.

The manager of Manchester United is said to have an interest in the wonderkid Jesper Karlsson, who plays an offensive role on the flanks for AZ Alkmaar and is now prospering for the team in the Eredivise league. Karlsson is currently a member of AZ Alkmaar and has reached the age of 24.

According to Fabrizio Romano, the Sweden international, who is said to have been valued at about £13 million during the summer due to interest in his services, is apparently on track to leave his present club this year, having attracted the eye due to his remarkable form in recent times. During the summer, it was estimated that he was worth approximately 13 million pounds.

The player with eight different national team caps, who has been described as “outstanding” in the past by journalist Josh Bunting, has racked up a total of 37 goals and 28 assists for Arizona in 104 games across all competitions. This includes four goals and three assists in just 14 games across all fronts so far this season.

This comes after a particularly productive season in 2021–2022, during which the former Elfsborg player made 34 league appearances and contributed to 15 goals and 13 assists—a total of goal contributions that was more than any other United player from the previous year.

During his tenure in Alkmaar up to this point, Karlsson has demonstrated beyond a reasonable doubt that he is capable of becoming a handful in the last third. A month earlier, someone with knowledge of the transfer process named Dean Jones referred to Karlsson as “inventive” and “unpredictable.” Karlsson may not be the glitzy name that the Old Trafford team is looking for, but it is undeniable that Karlsson has shown himself to be a handful in the final third.

He had previously received praise from the aforementioned Bunting, who called him a “very demanding winger, [with] rapid feet and a persistent menace moving forward.” The previous applause is followed by this current commendation. He was a “very tricky winger,” according to the trustworthy source, who also had “quick feet” and was “a viable starter moving forward.”

The only thing that could be an issue for Ten Hag is the fact that the 5-foot-10 ace has generally done the most of his damage off the left flank. This is the only thing that could be a concern for Ten Hag. Marcus Rashford, Alejandro Garnacho, and Jadon Sancho are examples of players that Manchester United now possesses in abundance that are capable of playing this position. Ten Hag, on the other hand, has the versatility to play either in a more central role or on the other wing, which suggests that there is still potential for him.

Therefore, should the Red Devils be able to secure a relatively low-cost deal for the Swede either this month or in the summer, it could very well be a “impressive” and astute signing indeed for the Old Trafford club. This could be because the Red Devils have been able to secure a relatively low-cost deal for the Swede either this month or in the summer. In the event that the Red Devils are successful in striking a deal for the Swede either this month or in the summer, this would be the scenario that would play out.


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