Highly-respected Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has advised Manchester United not to dispense with manager Erik ten Hag following the club’s poor start to the season.
The Red Devils have now lost three of their opening five games of the season for the first time in our Premier League history. We have only collected 6 points from a possible 15 points.
However, in his column for Caught Offside, Romano pointed out that Ten Hag hasn’t been helped by injuries to key players.
“The defeat at home to Brighton will obviously have alarm bells ringing with some fans, but my view is that Ten Hag did an excellent job last season because the situation he inherited was complicated,” wrote Romano.
He continued: “Now he needs some time and also to have some players back from injuries because there are many important players not available for different reasons. I’d say: keep calm, let Ten Hag work as he’s an excellent coach. No panic.”
The Dutchman will now fire up his players ahead our Champions League group stage game against Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena in midweek.