Manchester United Head Manager, Erik ten Hag has confirmed he is underneath large stress to ship a prime-4 end in his first season as Manchester United supervisor after spending a membership file £220million on new gamers in the summer season.
The Red aspect of Manchester are in fifth place in the desk as the Premier League prepares to restart on Boxing Day following the World Cup.
United dropped to Europa league this season after ending fifth in May, and Ten Hag is aware of he is anticipated to make the prime 4 – much more so after shopping for Casemiro, Antony, Lisandro Martinez and Tyrell Malacia in the summer season and signing Christian Eriksen as a free agent.
‘I accept how it is, I accept that pressure,’ mentioned the United boss. ‘But also for the manager of Chelsea and of Newcastle United, those clubs who have invested a lot in their squad.
‘It’s large stress for all of us to get into the prime 4. We want to be in the prime 4 and combating for trophies, that’s our goal.’
United are again in motion in opposition to Nottingham Forest at Old Trafford on Tuesday, and Ten Hag added: ‘We are aware the competition is tough, but that also counts for the seven or eight clubs fighting for the top four.
‘For anyone watching the Premier League it is great for them, it’s very thrilling for them. I’m wanting at a course of of how we are performing.
‘Of course, we have to get the results as well but the process is right. We are making progress and I think we have a good opportunity and a good chance to make that top four.’