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Erik ten Hag hails two new Man Utd signings

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Erik ten Hag praised Mason Mount and Sofyan Amrabat

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag hails two of his new Man Utd signings, Mason Mount and Sofyan Amrabat after the win against Crystal Palace in the Carabao Cup at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

The defending champions qualified for the fourth round of the cup with a 3-0 win against the Eagles. Alejandro Garnacho, Casemiro and Anthony Martial got on the score sheet within 60 minutes into the game.

Speaking after the match, Ten Hag expressed his pleasure with the performances of two of his new Man Utd signings, Mount and Amrabat.

Starting with Mount, he said, “He played very well. I’m sure when he’s totally integrated he will play much better. He’s just starting at United.”

Talking about Amrabat, Ten Hag stated, “Sofyan is a player – and that is one of the reasons we signed him – where the team needs him, he will play and he can play in more positions. Every player has his best position but he gives a certain dynamic in the game. We have seen today but also for him and many players, we just started.”

He added, “That process was a little bit interrupted by the many injuries we have because when you can play a long time with the same team then you get routines, the players learn each other and it’s more automatic. You see Mason, Amrabat, you see also others, they can contribute to our game and they will do.”

The Red Devils won back-to-back games for the first time this season after defeating Burnley last Saturday. Ten Hag has endured a tough beginning to the 2023-24 season. He will be hopeful of positive results in the upcoming games. This is considering the fact that he will have his full squad ready at his disposal.

Fans will also be waiting for the return of young midfielder Kobbie Mainoo, who is United’s next big midfield star.


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