Ten Hag reveals why he decided to sign a short-term deal with Evans

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag explains his decision to offer Leicester City’s Jonny Evans a short-term contract.

Erik ten Hag believes Jonny Evans can have a big impact on Manchester United’s young players. After deciding to offer the 35-year-old the veteran centre-back on a short-term deal. Traveled to Edinburgh to play a pre-season friendly against Lyon yesterday. And was sent on the field in the second half, while he will also travel to San Diego for. The second leg of the club’s tour of the United States.

Ten Hag reveals why he decided to sign a short-term deal with Evans

  While there is no indication if Evans will be part of the squad after this summer. Ten Hag is willing to take him to Carrington as he gets fit before finding a new ยูฟ่าเบท https://ufabet999.com club. Asked to explain his decision to feature Evans against Lyon, ten Hag told MUTV: “Of course I’ve known him for a long time. I know his home is here. in Manchester”

          “We welcome him to train with us to get fit. And then I said that not all the players were going to participate. The national team players are still on break ′′ ′ ′ So I think it’s a good idea to help each other. Johnny can get fit. And he can help elevate [ours]. “We know he’s a very experienced player. But he is also a very good person. have a distinctive personality. And I think he’s very proficient as well and he can help young players especially in these moments. So it benefits all parties.”

  Brazilian winger Anthony is fit enough to start against Lyon, while Donny van de Beek and Fred are both in the squad, with Ten Hag stressing the need for a large and competitive squad. Asked about his returning players, Ten Hag replied: “It’s necessary! That was our inevitable misfortune towards the end of the season. We have some injuries. We play a lot of games. Maybe even more than others ′′ And then you see that at the end of the season we don’t always have our best team.

          “You want the number of people. Especially at the end of the season to choose the best team. So when it comes to the FA Cup final, Manchester City have the best team on the pitch. But I think we have some problems ′′ ′′ And of course they did very well. But it’s the little things, the little details that decide football at a high level, especially when you play against Man City.

          Ten Hag also sent a message of encouragement to former Ajax CEO Edwin van der Sar. He was removed from ICU this week after suffering a brain hemorrhage. “It’s a shock for everyone, I think all the fans in Manchester and also in the Netherlands, all the fans of Ajax,” said the Dutchman. “It was very sad when you heard the news and our hearts go out to him and his family.”