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New Ajax manager Alfred Schreeder has spoken out against new. Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag following the team’s first training meal at the target players. The ghost did not show up to report himself.

 Ajax manager Alfred Schreeder has made a touching interview with Erik ten Hag trying to sign his players. And has provided updates on the futures of Manchester United targets Anthony andYerrian Timber. Ten Hag keen to bring in Brazilian winger Anto. Here and Dutch defender Timber joined Old Trafford this summer.

         The 52-year-old knows he needs to reinforce his Red Devils squad after a series of troubles and has also expressed interest in signing Frankie de Jong from Barcelona. and after his first training as Ajax manager Schreeder was also asked about his interest in the player from the previous manager. which he said “Eric knows he shouldn’t buy players from Ajax . Just kidding, you never know in this football world, but it doesn’t matter to me to talk about Eric or Manchester United. We have to talk about Ajax. And we know we are a very big and strong club.”

         Schröder is confident Timber will stay at Ajax but is less confident about Anthony ‘s future when asked about speculations. About Timber The new Ajax boss said: “I hope there is a settlement and an agreement.” ” I think the boy is very smart. He knows what is good for himself to develop. And I think he’s not finished at Ajax.” “When I spoke to him, He knew exactly what he was doing. And if you saw him playing in the Dutch national team and playing at Ajax. That will make you happy.” “I hope he stays and I think so.”

         The Ajax team returned to pre-season training yesterday (Friday 24 June 2022), but did not see Manchester United ‘s target player , Anthony, by the wing. The forward has spent the last two years working under Erik ten Hag and is keen to join him at Old Trafford, with the latest move seeming to be a stepping stone. Another step in pushing to move their own team.

         Regarding Anthony Schröder, he added: “Obviously we wanted to keep that kid. He has a contract until 2025 , but I’m not sure about that. I really want to work with him, he knows and the club knows that as well.

         So far Ajax has not lost a single target for Ten Hag when Timber opted to stay in the Netherlands, but Anthony appears to have taken a different stance. Despite his club’s asking price of £69m, Manchester United originally believed they could buy the player for £40m, but Ajax’s latest demands appear to be bad news for the season. It’s a disappointing summer for Ten Hag, who wants to build a new team but hasn’t really started yet.