Erik ten Hag, the new manager of Manchester United, has made an early judgment on four players.
The Dutchman is believed to have predicted a bright future in Jadon Sancho, Marcus Rashford, Anthony Elanga, and Scott McTominay.
Ten Hag is optimistic that when he joins the club in the summer, he will be able to improve the performance of the team.
The 52-year-old is now likely to take over at Old Trafford after leading Ajax to the Eredivisie title last week, with the regular season ending today.
Manchester United might lose up to ten players this summer, with substantial changes expected in the following months.
The Dutchman is said to be interested in bringing in a center-half, two midfielders, and a versatile attacker before the start of the new season.
While fresh faces are anticipated at Old Trafford, the incoming manager is certain he can develop some of the club’s younger players on the training ground, according to The Mirror.
According to the report, ten Hag is interested in working with Sancho, Rashford, McTominay, and Elanga.
Ten Hag may be in London next week to see Manchester United’s season finale versus Crystal Palace.
United are presently in sixth position with one game remaining in the season.