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Manchester United will not’squander’ money on new striker

Erik ten Hag insists that Manchester United won’t be “burning money” in January by signing the incorrect striker.

Prior to his explosive interview with Piers Morgan and the mutual termination of their contracts, Cristiano Ronaldo was in and out of the team, while Anthony Martial had a history of ailments.

After a challenging beginning to his tenure as Red Devils manager, Ten Hag’s club has been significantly better lately and, despite lacking options up front, is presently fourth in the Premier League after three straight league victories.

But despite the necessity for a center-forward to support United’s effort to qualify for the Champions League, Ten Hag believes the team must not repeat past mistakes by wasting money on the wrong attacker.

“When everyone is available, we have a good team. I’m incredibly pleased with [our attacker Anthony Martial’s] efforts in a number of games.

Ten Hag told reporters, “You need one who can have an impact or you are just burning money.” “You don’t make the squad stronger, and it doesn’t benefit you.

Recalling Amad Diallo, who has six goals in 19 games while on loan at Championship team Sunderland, has been one suggestion for United to strengthen their attacking ranks.

Ten Hag is hesitant to halt Diallo’s development with the Black Cats by sending him back to Old Trafford too soon because he feels it would be wrong.

“We give everything thought. He is making good progress there, so I don’t want to interrupt the process, but I do have some reservations,” Ten Hag continued. Young athletes require experience. When we make the decision that [he needs to return], he needs to be a player who can fight for a starting 11 spot or, at the very least, come on for a lot of games to have an impact.

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