Erik ten Hague believes the change of ownership could benefit his Manchester United project, saying he will have more money to invest in it.
United fans have finally gotten their wish regarding the current owner, with the Glazer family now considering a sale and full takeover of the club, as well as a partial investment.
This means the club are set to enter the January transfer window in uncertainty with no new owner yet in place.
Despite this, ten Hague is feeling positive about the situation, saying he has been told by chief executive Richard Arnold that more funds will be available to him as a result.
“He said he (Glaser) was open and transparent,” the Dutchman told The Athletic.
“We talked about the culture that we want, we talked about the goals, the goals and the culture and he confirmed that it’s not going to change, it’s going to be even better because more money for this project. will be available.
“My information is that it will only be good things, because there will be more investment possible, which is good. I look at the competition around the Premier League, they all have an investment opportunity. It’s seven or There is fierce competition between eight clubs.
United already look set to spend money in January. The club are the frontrunners for Dutch starlet Cody Gakpo, who PSV Eindhoven are expecting to move to this winter.
PSV will demand a club record sale price for the 23-year-old, who was wanted by Southampton and Leeds in August, meaning a transfer fee of more than €40m (£34m).
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