Staff worried about ghost giving power to ‘Ten Hag Agent’

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That some staff at Manchester United have expressed concern that Erik Ten Hag ‘s agent, Kees Vos, has too much influence over the club’s transfers.

Reports reveal Manchester United are using Vos’ company Sports Entertainment Group (SEG) for advice on the transfer market. Including being an agent for negotiating the purchase and sale of players,

at the same time Nigel ten Haag, the son of the “Red Devils” boss, is working in the said company. With the position of analyst

Last summer, United spent £178m on four new signings, with Vos regularly coming to Old Trafford to provide his services.

A month ago, Rasmus Hojlund switched agents to Vos’ company to broker a £72m move from Atalanta to the Manchester giants.

Vos is also acting as United’s representative in negotiating a loan with an option to buy Fiorentina midfielder Sofiane Amrabat. Zidane Iqbal, a former United player, has switched to Vos’ company

. as well, and 2 months later Iraqi midfielder moves to Utrecht for £1m.

Other agents in the industry It is believed that the influence of SEG. Which has a relationship with Ten Hag, has caused United to miss out on many potential player deals.

As a leading agent for Dutch football, SEG was involved in the transfers of Robin van Persie. Memphis Depay and Daley Blind to United. has disappeared until Ten Hag is appointed as team manager in 2022.

A source inside SEG explains that transfers at Manchester United represent only 1 percent of the company’s total work. Ready to confirm that he was not involved in negotiations to sell Harry Maguire to West Ham, which the deal collapsed at the end of the market.

18 months ago, Pere Guardiola joined SEG as a shareholder, along with Pep Guardiola, his older brother who currently manages Manchester City, as a client. ยููฟ่าเบท

Although some staff members were concerned But United sources insist senior executives are still comfortable. and conside