Disturbing allegations against Brazil have rocked Eric ten Hag’s side, but the manager has several options
After another poor start to the Premier League season, following an injury crisis and a decline in the club’s image following its handling of the Mason Greenwood affair, the last thing Manchester United needed were allegations of aggression against Antony.
The latest allegations against the Brazilian winger, which he denies, have shocked the football world and Manchester United fans, leading to further criticism of the way the club has dealt with serious allegations against its players.
The saga also had a direct impact on the team as United decided to give Antony time out to deal with relegation, leaving Eric Ten Hague without a player, forcing him to sign the club for 85 million pounds ($106 million). Inspired to do. over a year ago.
Although Antony has neither scored a goal nor provided any assists this season, he is highly regarded by Ten Hag due to his defensive work and has started in all four of United’s Premier League matches. However, his absence provides a huge opportunity for other members of the Ten Hag squad, who now have the opportunity to prove their worth and take the vacant spot in the starting eleven.
GOAL assesses the manager’s options ahead of a series of crucial matches, with Brighton hosting Premier League action on Saturday and opening their Champions League campaign against Bayern Munich on Wednesday…
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