According to the Daily Mail, some of the Manchester United staff are concerned with the level of influence Erik ten Hag’s agent is having over the club’s transfer dealings.
The Dutch tactician is managed by Kees Vos, who started the company SEG. Vos helped facilitate the Rasmus Hojlund deal, representing the striker in the £72 million transfer from Atalanta. Ten Hag’s son, Nigel also works for SEG as an analyst.
SEG also negotiated on behalf of the club for midfielder Sofyan Amrabat and also helped seal Zidane Iqbal’s move to Utrecht this summer.
The deals have reportedly left other agents unhappy as SEG’s close ties to Ten Hag is making them lose out on potential deals.
SEG manage over 600 clients globally and Pep Guardiola is also now being represented by them.