‘We have been in too many injury crises and we have a lot of unserious player in our team so its time to make use of these players. They has the same qualities with Kobbie aAlejandro Garnacho . We have more young players and we will bounce back with them. Trust me’ – Erik ten Hag names six Manchester United youngsters he is excited about as they are set to bench unserious senior player’s.

The Manchester United manager is determined to foster a winning ethos throughout the club and continues to nurture academy talents into future stars. Erik ten Hag has identified Kobbie Mainoo, Alejandro Garnacho, and Rasmus Hojlund among the young talents who could lead the charge for silverware in the years to come.

While the club strives to secure a place in next season’s Champions League, the fruition of the manager’s vision to build around young talent has become increasingly evident. In the 2023/24 campaign, Old Trafford has witnessed a shift in the team’s dynamics, with a blend of experienced players and emerging talents playing pivotal roles.

Whether acquired from other clubs or developed through the club’s own academy, several young players have been given opportunities under the Dutchman’s tenure. With the Premier League top four within reach, Ten Hag is not only focused on the immediate future but also on United’s long-term prospects.

In an interview with Sky Sports, Ten Hag expressed his optimism about the potential of Mainoo, emphasizing the tradition at Manchester United of nurturing young talent. He highlighted the importance of instilling a winning mentality in these players, citing examples from the club’s storied history.

Players like Hojlund, Forson, and Diallo represent the club’s commitment to youth development. While Garnacho and Hojlund have played significant roles in the current Premier League campaign, Antony has faced criticism for his performances despite his involvement.

Forson, a 19-year-old rising talent, has earned his place in Ten Hag’s plans after progressing through the club’s youth ranks. Meanwhile, Amad has been hindered by injuries in what was expected to be a breakthrough season at Old Trafford.

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