Will Man United try to finish in the top four in season five, or will the Red Devils have another another unsuccessful campaign?
Man United just experienced a very disappointing season, finishing only in sixth place, and going through numerous changes, including the appointment of Erik ten Hag as coach in lieu of Ralf Rangnick. Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic were two excellent middle-fielders that MU also lost, leaving only Mctominay, Fred, or Bruno Fernandes.
So, right before the new season, the red half of Manchester swiftly signed Christian Eriksen and Lisandro Martinez to bolster the midfield.
Despite the fact that Lisandro Martinez is a defender, it’s more likely that ten Hag will deploy the Argentinean as a defensive midfielder. Because in addition to his defensive skills, the former Ajax star also plays effectively with his feet and has the ability to assess a situation. As opposed to before, when the space in front of the defender was unoccupied, this can make the Manucians feel safer.
Eriksen’s exceptional ability to deal with pressure will help Ronaldo avoid becoming a ball-hungry state. When he can play wide or kick into the midfield duo, the Danish conductor can also play extremely differently from other players.
Despite the addition of several very talented youngsters, Manchester United will still not be well-liked in 2019. When the main and backup players’ abilities are inconsistent, the Old Trafford club continues to struggle with squad depth.
Man United is anticipated to continue to struggle in the top 4 race the next season. The two London teams, Arsenal and Tottenham, have both added strong rookies to help them become much more formidable.
The main sponsor no longer works with Manchester United.
According to the Daily Mail, TeamViewer shares have lost four-fifths of their value since the start of the deal with Manchester United, forcing them to make a decision.
The Red Devils have made a profit of £17 million since switching from Chevrolet to TeamViewer, despite previously rejecting a large, £47 million-a-year offer from Chevrolet.
However, less than two years later, TeamViewer confirmed that, due to the “macroeconomic environment,” the partnership would not be extended beyond 2026.
“International awareness of the brand increased significantly last year as a result of the partnership (with Manchester United),” according to a TeamViewer statement.
“However, in light of the current macroeconomic environment, the company has reconsidered its long-term promotion strategy.”
“Decision makers in companies are becoming more cautious and deferring investments,” TeamViewer CEO Oliver Steil added.
After releasing its financial results on Wednesday, TeamViewer’s stock price plummeted. Things only got slightly better when they announced they would not renew their contract with Manchester United.
Man United are currently looking for new signings to round out their squad. They’ve brought in Lisandro Martinez, Tyrell Malacia, and Christian Eriksen since the beginning of the summer. Erik Ten Hag hopes to obtain Frenkie De Jong’s signature by September 1 with the Glazers’ support.