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Ineos are in danger of making a problem worse at Manchester United after promising to fix it

Never has a summer transfer window felt so pivotal in Manchester United's recent history.

After finishing eighth in the Premier League in 2023/24, there is no denying that changes need to be made this summer to ensure United do not experience such a forgettable campaign again. The starting XI needs injections of quality and the squad as a whole needs some much-needed maintenance.

After co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe officially secured a minority stake in the club in February, he and members of the Ineos Group wasted no time in drawing up plans to implement long overdue changes. As well as making new additions to the boardroom, they also started planning ahead for the summer transfer window.

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They quickly identified which areas of the squad need strengthening most and that the club needs to become more proactive in the seller's market. As reported by the Manchester Evening News at the end of February, player sales could reach double figures this summer.

The elephant in the room remains Erik ten Hag's future. More than a fortnight after the FA Cup final victory over Manchester City, the club are still yet to make a decision on whether he is staying or going.

Ineos are threatening to make a pig's ear of the whole situation and supporters are becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of clarity being provided. Of course, a decision of such significance requires time, but United do not have too much of it this summer.

While a lot of criticism has been aimed at United for allowing Ten Hag too much control over