Ekings News has revealed that Louis van Gaal has warned his national team center-back, Jurion Timber, that it is not wise to consider a transfer this summer. There is news that he will join the team Manchester United
Louis van Gaal has warned 20-year-old forward Jurian Timber, claiming that a move this summer would be unwise. Especially if he wants to go to the World Cup this year. The 70-year-old is now the coach of the Netherlands national team. And when asked about possible interest from Manchester United in Ajax defender Timber, he pointed out the dangers of moving there.
Van Gaal said: “I think a player of his quality can play in the Premier League; that’s not a problem. If he is looking for career advancement at the moment, that’s the question. I don’t think it’s wise to go to Manchester United. He has to play regularly and can’t be on the bench.
Manchester United Future
New Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag knows how Timber has evolved. Because he formed the defender from Ajax’s youth teams, the main concern for Ten Hag and his staff is that Manchester United endured their worst Premier League season on record the last season. With the defensive panel conceding 57 goals, they finished sixth.
However, van Gaal thinks Timber will stay at Ajax, and at this year’s World Cup. He will play a big part in qualifying for the Netherlands. By competing in the national team as a defender with concentration. With so many top players, including Virgil van Dijk, Matthijs de Ligt, Nathan Ake, and Stefan de Freijk, Timber’s participation cannot be guaranteed. Joining Van Gaal’s final squad for the World Cup in Qatar isn’t guaranteed.
On the other side of the Manchester United team, there are unbelievable players such as Harry Maguire and Rafael Varane as the team’s first-choice center-back. With Victor Linde. Love is the second choice. As for the rest of the players, players with frequent injuries, such as Eric Bailly and Phil Jones, face an uncertain future as Ten Hag plans to release them this summer.
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