Ten Hag finally touches ‘final step’ to sign with ‘Bayer Leverkusen’s gusty drill’

In advance of this summer’s transfer season, sources claim that Man United is “coming close” to signing Bayer Leverkusen right-back Jeremie Frimpong.

For the previous few months, the Red Devils have frequently been associated with right-backs. Before the World Cup, Aaron Wan-Bissaka was pushed to the bottom of the lineup while Diogo Dalot was one of Erik ten Hag’s top players.

Since rejoining the team in recent months, Wan-Bissaka has been playing better than he did during the previous campaign under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick.

In a recent interview, Ten Hag said that Wan-Bissaka was “developing his game” and that this made him happy.

When asked if he was happy with Wan-recent Bissaka’s performance, Ten Hag responded, “Yeah, of course. “He’s doing better, and I’m glad he’s back.

He struggled in the beginning of the season, but he overcame it, and for that, he deserves praise. Life, and particularly elite football, is about fighting back when you struggle.

Ten Hag continued, “You always have to be ready and on the offensive. “You sometimes have to deal with setbacks and battle back; that is what he did.

“As you said, he’s also stepping up his game right now. He was, in my opinion, consistently dependable when defending, but he is also having an influence on offense today.

Despite this, Wan-departure Bissaka’s from Manchester United is still being rumored. West Ham United has expressed interest in the defender, and they are apparently “ready” to transfer him.

Man Utd would need to find a replacement right-back who can compete with Dalot if he were to go.

A player who has frequently been associated with Man Utd is Frimpong. This week, it was asserted that he is worth about £50 million.

While the trade is ‘coming closer and closer,’ Christian Falk is now stating that discussions regarding him joining Manchester United are progressing.

Frimpong is regarded as “one of Ten Hag’s key goals for the summer,” he continues.

‘Jeremie Frimpong is moving closer and closer to a United move,’ Falk wrote for Caught Offside.

“Frimpong” was an issue in the winter since United wanted him badly at the time. He’s a Dutch player, and he has a good relationship with Erik ten Hag. Talks need to have taken place.

You can now see that Ten Hag is doing a terrific job leading his team and has solid justifications for Frimpong and United to grant his wish. He seems to be one of Ten Hag’s primary summertime targets.

Lionel Messi’s brutal criticism has led to new nickname among Man Utd teammates

Lisandro Martinez has showed how Manchester United players playfully call Wout Weghorst “bobo” following criticism from Lionel Messi during last year’s World Cup.

Following Lionel Messi’s criticism of Wout Weghorst during the World Cup, Lisandro Martinez acknowledged that Manchester United players affectionately refer to the striker as “bobo” by calling him that.

The match between Argentina and the Netherlands was remarkable but tense, with Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz issuing 15 yellow cards. After a thrilling equalizer by Weghorst, who had come on as a substitute, the game ended 2-2 in regulation and went to penalties.

At halftime, Messi was seen clashing with Dutch coach Louis van Gaal and his assistant Edgar Davids. Then, during an interview, he could be seen turning to double-goal scorer Weghorst and yelling in his native Spanish, “What are you staring at bobo (fool)? Return there.

Weghorst joined United in January on a loan agreement for the remainder of the season, and he has been instrumental in helping Erik ten Hag’s team win the Carabao Cup and remain in the running for three additional trophies this year.

Martinez stated to Argentine site TyC Sports how the team’s strong spirit is reflected in how he and other United players wind up the Dutch striker by using Messi’s criticism as a nickname for him.

He said, “We see each other constantly here, and he takes it well. As a joke, I always refer to him as “bobo,” as do others. I would greet him with “good morning, bobo,” which I already do because he is a good boy and we get along well. He also never stops giggling.

Martinez continued, “He feels that he played the game of his life, but he always emphasises to me about the people of Argentina, about the supporters, about how they backed us, he thought it was crazy.” Martinez then reflected on how the two discuss that particular game.

Alejandro Garnacho, a club teammate who has been selected for the Argentina team for the first time, has received the following praise from Martinez: “The thing is that Garna is an excellent boy, with a lot of personality because he is 18 years old and starting in a very big team with a lot of pressure.

You need individuality, don’t you think? What I appreciate about him is that he will either start the game or enter with 10, 15, or more minutes remaining, allowing us to witness his greatest performance.

He has a bit of an edge and is difficult to play against. He can also score goals. The fact is that he has been making progress and is always learning, therefore it is useful.

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