Southgate pushes Ten Hag to explσdҽ £150M ‘blockbuster’ who could make ‘Man Utd great again’

The captain of the Three Lions has made comments in which he implicitly backs Manchester United in their pursuit of a cult transfer in 2023 that will cost 150 million euros.

Man United spent a combined total of £ 60 million during the summer transfer window of 2022 in order to bring Christian Eriksen and Casemiro to Old Trafford. And it should come as no sᴜrpгᎥsе that the presence of the midfield duo that was born in 1992 breathed new life into the Red Devils’ midfield and significantly upgraded the power in the team’s central midfield.

But that’s not enough if Manchester United wants to get back to the top of the Premier League. Coach Erik ten Hag still wants to get at least one really good central midfielder in 2023, and the Dutch teacher already has a list of the best candidates.

Frenkie de Jong is the one that the Dutch strategist knows the best.

Remember that as soon as coach Ten Hag took over at Man United, De Jong was chosen as the top player the Red Devils wɑnтeԀ‌ to sign.

Even though he couldn’t get the 25-year-old midfielder to move to Old Trafford in the summer of 2022, coach Ten Hag still plans to try again in the summer of 2023, as BBC Sport and other sources have said. different name.

MU is not only focusing their attention on Frenkie de Jong; rather, they are paying special attention to a number of other names as well. Because just recently, a source from the Manchester Evening News confirmed that head coach Ten Hag has “given the green light” for the Red Devils to join the competition for the signature of Jude Bellingham, who is currently employed by Borussia Dortmund. Bellingham is a midfielder who plays for the German club. Not only that, but some of the most senior officials at MU also think that the 19-year-old superstar is the player who can lead the team back to the pinnacle of athletic achievement.

In addition to the information that was obtained by the Manchester Evening News, a source for The Times disclosed that the Dutch educator made an effort to watch Jude Bellingham compete for England in the 2022 World Cup. Even though the English prodigy midfielder had a productive tournament in Qatar in 2003, coach Ten Hag believes that he has not yet seen the full extent of the player’s great potential.

Coach Gareth Southgate may be the only person who understands Jude Bellingham’s talent and best qualities. The 52-year-old captain boldly introduced a 19-year-old young talent into the starting lineup, replacing the familiar choice of Kalvin Phillips to join Declan Rice in the Three Lions’ mighty central midfield duo.

In March of this year, the captain of the Three Lions implicitly requested that Jude Bellingham return to his homeland to compete in the Premier League and advance to the next level:

“The Premier League is an excellent tournament for developing young players and coaches. Of course, the Premier League’s standard is clearly very high, as has been evident since European club competitions.

“The top teams from the Premier League are always present in the Champions League finals. Furthermore, the Premier League’s financial potential is sufficient to defeat any club in other tournaments.

“Bellingham, like every other player, has a number of aspects that he needs to improve and upgrade. However, Bellingham is a very easy to train player who is also a progressive player and a player. Always be willing to work hard.”

Based on the comments made by Gareth Southgate nine months ago, it is clear that Jude Bellingham has many positive attributes for Manchester United and coach Erik ten Hag. The 19-year-old midfielder is not only a talented central midfielder, but he is also the type of player who always wants to improve, and it is clear that the Premier League must be the next stop in his career.

And if Bellingham heeded Southgate’s advice, it would be a huge boost for Manchester United’s 2023 release of the cult classic Jude Bellingham.

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