Malacia becomes Ten Hag’s first signing at Man Utd

Manchester United finished their plunge for Feyenoord safeguard Tyrell Malacia on Tuesday as Erik ten Hag made his most memorable marking since assuming responsibility at Old Trafford.

Joined landed Malacia in a detailed £12.95 million ($15.4 million) bargain subsequent to taking a late action for the Netherlands full-back, who had been near joining French club Lyon.

The 22-year-old has concurred a four-year contract with the choice of a further a year.

It is a milestone bargain for Ten Hag, who had been connected with a large group of expected signings before at last making Malacia the main procurement of his United rule.

Ten Hag showed up at United in May in the wake of completing his fruitful spell at Ajax, where he had a lot of chances to see Malacia’s quality with Dutch opponents Feyenoord.Malacia, who showed up for Feyenoord, said: “It’s a mind blowing feeling to have joined Manchester United. This is another part for me, another association with new colleagues and an enormous chief driving us.

“I know from playing against his groups in the Eredivisie, the characteristics that he has and what he requests of his players.

“While I realize that I am as yet youthful and will keep on creating, I can guarantee the United fans that I will leave everything on the pitch each time I pull on the red shirt.”

Malacia, who plays to a great extent at left-back, is supposed to be essential for the United crew that leaves for the pre-season visit through Thailand and Australia on Friday.

“I’ll constantly be grateful to Feyenoord for all they have given to all of us. This would be completely impossible if not for them,” Malacia said.

“Presently I’m prepared to zero in on the future with United, and assist my new club with making progress.”

Covered multiple times by the Netherlands, Malacia is probably going to contend with England left-back Luke Shaw for a spot in United’s firing line-up.

“Tyrell is an energizing, powerful youthful footballer with magnificent experience for his age, remembering five seasons for the Eredivisie, an European last and full global distinctions for the Netherlands,” United football chief John Murtough said.

“We anticipate seeing him keep on creating under the direction of Erik ten Hag and his training group in the years to come.”

Ten Hag’s enlistment drive is beginning to assemble pace, with Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen supposedly consenting to join United on a free exchange after his noteworthy credit spell at Brentford last season.

Barcelona midfielder Frenkie De Jong and Ajax protector Lisandro Martinez have additionally been connected with moves to Old Trafford.

As well as updating a crew that completed a frustrating 6th in the Premier League last season, Ten Hag should determine the fate of Cristiano Ronaldo.

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