Much is expected from Manchester United next season and the team from Old Trafford will have great ambitions. Journalists from all over Britain gave their opinion about Manchester United and they emphasized the United players who could excel next season.
They surprised many of the public with certain names James Ducker, Northern Football Correspondent at The Daily Telegraph said; "I have high hopes for Jadon Sancho. It’s easy to forget because he has this reputation as a flair player and dribbler but Sancho has been honed in the patterned football of Manchester City and Borussia’s very structured approach to pressing so is it any wonder he found the transition hard last season given that it was a free for all under Solskjaer and Rangnick?"
Reporters on United players
Charlotte Duncker, The Times reporter was clear; "I’m interested to see how Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford get on, especially if Ronaldo leaves.
Sancho showed glimpses of being good last season but wasn’t consistent and had a really slow start. With a season of Premier League football under his belt he should be able to push on and show the form that made United make him their number one transfer target last summer.
Rashford is another one who needs to improve. He had a dreadful last campaign but has been working really hard in the off-season to put himself in the best position ahead of the new season. He’s wanted to work with a manager who works closely with him in training on improving his technique and believes he hasn’t had that in the past.
Ten Hag has already started that so it will be interesting to see how he starts the season. He definitely could benefit from a good couple of first weeks because his confidence took a massive hit last season and that contributed to his poor form."
Tyrone Marshall, Manchester Evening News journalist surprised many with his opinion; "I think Fred could really benefit from working under Ten Hag and I can see him being a favourite of the manager.
He was one of the better performers last season and it feels like he might be ready to kick on in his United career. I’d also expect to see an improvement in Jadon Sancho, who has his first season under his belt now and thrived in the Bundesliga under a coach who was similar to Ten Hag in terms of the structure he created on the training ground."