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The 3 Changes Manchester United Fans Should Expect Next Season

After a terrible season in which they failed to win any trophies and finished outside the top four in the Premier League, Manchester United could undergo a number of changes this summer in preparation for the upcoming season.

The Manchester United board has already begun making changes this summer in response to their dismal season in the previous campaign, with Erik Ten Hag appointed as their new permanent manager, Matt Judge resigning as Manchester United director, Ed Woodward leaving the club, and an exodus of players occurring this summer

Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, and Jesse Lingard are all confirmed to be leaving Manchester United this summer, and more players might possibly depart as the club continues its big clear out.

As a result of the numerous changes made at Manchester United this summer, fans may anticipate a different season in the next year.

Therefore, in this post, we will discuss some upcoming changes that fans can anticipate for the upcoming season.

Change In The Playing Style

Last season, it was impossible to determine Manchester United's specific pattern, as they do not appear to have a consistent strategy for beating their opponents.

This factor made it simpler for opponents to have complete control over the game and a clear path to victory, which made it exceedingly difficult for Manchester United to compete against strong teams

The employment of Erik Ten Hag would likely put an end to this issue for the upcoming season, since the new manager is known to have a definite pattern of play, which includes a distinct attacking pattern and maintaining large ball possession, akin to Pep Guardiola's style.

2. Defensive Robustness

Last season, Manchester United's defensive weakness was one of their key issues, as they scored 58 league goals and conceded 58 goals as well.

Erik Ten Hag is already scouting options on the transfer market to bolster Manchester United's defense for the upcoming season, following the summer signings of highly regarded defenders Pau Torres and Jurrien Timber.

3. Challenge For Silverware

It is difficult to predict if Manchester United will challenge for the Premier League or Champions League crown next season, but they will strive to end their five-year trophy drought by winning at least one prize.

Erik Ten Hag has demonstrated his ability to win trophies at Ajax, and he might employ the same approach at Manchester United for the upcoming season.

What adjustments do you anticipate Manchester United to undergo over the upcoming season?

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