With the season having come to a close, there is a lot that is going on at Manchester United.
Of course, this is something that will hardly be a surprise to fans, but something that actually needs to really happen.
The club managed to seal qualification to the UEFA Europa League, however there is no denying that this year has been an incredibly disappointing season. In fact, if you were anything like us, then you might have found yourself playing games at www.arabic-casinos.net more than you were actually watching the Red Devils compete on the pitch.
Nonetheless, this summer presents a new era at Old Trafford, as Erik ten Hag arrives with his coaching staff and looks to turn things around for the club.
And, according to the club’s official website, it would seem that there is a host of changes that have also taken place behind the scenes that the team and its fans will want to be aware of.
Firstly, there have been a couple of player retirements, although it must be admitted that these are unlikely to have a huge impact on the way the first team will look moving forward and into the 2022/23 Premier League season in August once the new campaign begins.
Lee Grant and Paul McShane are the two players to have decided to call it a day. The ‘keeper has decided to hang up his gloves and look at opportunities elsewhere after being able to accomplish a dream of his in representing the Red Devils.
McShane – who was playing with the Under-23s – will also be hanging up his boots, but he will remain at the club in a coaching capacity.
He will now continue his work as a Manchester United Academy coach in the Professional Development Phase (Under-18 to Under-23), thus perhaps trying to help the next generation of players to be in a position to make a breakthrough to the first team and get the club back to its dizzying heights.
However, there has also been the departure of a high-profile player, and one that the club will perhaps have to think about who they can bring in to replace him.
Of course, we are talking about Edinson Cavani. The player has decided to end his time at Old Trafford after two years in the Premier League. He has left the club detailing his gratitude and providing the fans with his best wishes for the future.