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Three Manchester United future stars who could save Erik ten Hag millions this summer -Opinion


Three Manchester United future stars who could save Erik ten Hag millions this summer -Opinion


Pre-season is a fantastic time for young players to break into the first team.

Manchester United’s Facundo Pellistri in action



Manchester United’s pre-season tours have frequently provided an opportunity for players to demonstrate their abilities to their manager.

Anthony Martial was the big winner of the tour in 2022, demonstrating that he was more than capable of playing in the center forward role when called upon. Unfortunately for the Frenchman, injuries have slowed his progress and prevented him from becoming Erik ten Hag’s primary striker.



However, the United squad will have new opportunities during the 2023 tour of the United States, and three young players in particular could be well placed to capitalize. MEN Sport looks at three Liverpool players who could have a breakout summer.







Fabien Pellistri

United fans are finally seeing the potential that drew Pellistri to Old Trafford in 2020. Since the turn of the year, the Uruguayan has gradually gained more minutes and excelled. With Alejandro Garnacho out, the 21-year-old made his first start for United in the 1-0 win over Real Betis and appears to be in line for more opportunities. The summer could give Pellistri a chance to prove why he deserves to start regularly.


Amad Diallo

Amad, who is currently on loan at Sunderland, left for the Stadium of Light with his United career seemingly on the line. The Ivorian appeared to be drifting after being dropped into the U21s for one match following a poor start to his time in the North East. But, to his credit, he has improved his form and become an important member of Tony Mowbray’s team. Amad will be hoping to demonstrate his future with United rather than on loan when he returns to Carrington.







Hannibal  Mejbri.

Hannibal, like Amad, is currently on loan at Birmingham City in the Championship. While he still has a lot to learn, it is clear that he has thrived with the Blues. He has matured as a player and shone on a struggling team. The Tunisian was a member of his country’s World Cup squad, and while his playing time was limited, the experience had to be beneficial. With midfield being an area of opportunity at Old Trafford, the 20-year-old will be aiming for a spot in the United squad for next season.










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