The targeted Liverpool star has sent a signal following Erik ten Hag to Manchester United in a video clip of him blessing his former boss.
Ajax winger Anthony has told his former manager Erik ten Hag he will ‘stand with him’ if he moves to Manchester United this summer. Ten Hag has started working with Manchester City. United this week following Ajax’s last game of the season on Sunday 15 May 2022. He has begun preparations for pre-season ahead of the new season.
The Dutchman has also spoken to United’s board of directors about possible transfer targets. With the club aiming to recover from their worst Premier League season. Several Ajax players have been linked with a move to United, including Anthony, Jerry Timber, Lisandro Martinez, with Anthony. Who is one of the players who have performed outstandingly at Ajax this season. It was clear he was willing to follow his former manager to Old Trafford.
In a video message sent by Anthony to Ten Hag following the manager’s departure from Ajax. The owner revealed that “I wish you all the best at your new club,” he added. “I also want to thank you for everything you have taught me. I am grateful to everyone Opportunity and learning every day. You know I will always stand by you if you need me. Come and get me,’ because he insisted that If the Dutch manager needs him he will be there
There are reports in Brazil claiming that apart from Manchester United, Liverpool are another team interested in Anthony. Both clubs have been in contact with the player in recent weeks, and Ten Hag has worked with the Brazilian for two seasons. And the winger has quickly made an impact on the UFABET team following his move from Sao Paulo , with 22 goals and 20 assists in 79 games.
Earlier this week, Ten Hag admitted Ajax would have difficulty finding a replacement for Anthony if they sold him this summer. “If Anthony goes It will be a loss for Ajax,” Ten Hag said. “You don’t have anyone in the current squad that can replace him. He’s a great player.” The young winger has performed brilliantly under Ten Hag at Ajax, which has led to inevitable interest from European clubs.