Jurgen Klopp blames Man Utd for Liverpool’s recent downturn in form

Erik ten Hag was under increased criticism following Manchester United’s draw with Bournemouth, which came after yet another stuttering display.

With just one victory in the previous seven games, there are now slim prospects of making it to the Champions League, and the team is fighting desperately to secure a spot in Europe at all.

But for once, Antony—who has been on the rise lately and was oddly left off the squad against Bournemouth—did not lead a poor effort.

There were many rumors that followed, and things are still unclear, but one thing that may be becoming clearer right now is his future at United.

According to reputable transfer expert Rudy Galletti, United has decided to sell Antony in the summer.

It is anticipated that he will fetch a fair price when he is sold, which will undoubtedly fall short of the around £80 million they paid for him in 2022.

Any transfer fee above the £6 million that Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS wish to get rid of will be greatly appreciated.

Michael Olise of Crystal Palace, a Frenchman who has made significant impressions in the Premier League, is being considered to replace him.

Although Olise is a right-winger with left foot as well, he has demonstrated steady productivity in the Premier League.

Moreover, he will definitely receive a lower salary than Antony, whose deal was excessive even without the benefit of hindsight at the time.

Selling off some of the more egregious mistakes made by the previous administration is the first step towards the current management at Old Trafford’s eagerness to get the salary structure in line.

Ten Hag, who has been a steadfast supporter of Antony throughout his career and was a major factor in his recruitment from Ajax, will suffer yet another setback if Antony is sold.


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