Sheikh Jassim’s promise: “Huge war chest” for Ten Hag plus €150m midfield megastar

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Manchester United has advanced to the FA Cup semifinals and the quarterfinals of the Europa League despite significant issues in the midfield.

Erik ten Hag, the manager, has had difficulty selecting midfielders, and last weekend’s red card for Casemiro made matters worse.

The only options available to the Dutchman for the upcoming three Premier League games are Fred, Marcel Sabitzer, who is on loan, and an underperforming Scott McTominay.

More midfielders are needed.

While Christian Eriksen and Donny Van de Beek are both out in the long run, the futures of the three celebrities are all up in the air. Particularly when the Brazilian is absent, United’s midfield is lacking in talent.

A quality midfielder is also anticipated to be on the club’s wish list, with Jude Bellingham, Alexis Mac Allister, Frenkie de Jong, Declan Rice, and Romeo Lavia among the potential targets.

Although other teams like Liverpool and Real Madrid were after the England international before United, it was anticipated that a deal for him would cost a record amount.

But now, according to Football Insider, Sheikh Jassim will prioritize buying Bellingham and be prepared to spend a record amount if his takeover effort succeeds.

If the Qatari bid for the club is successful, Man United intends to join the contest to sign Jude Bellingham.

The group’s leader, Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad, is rumored to be a “big fan” of the superstar Borussia Dortmund player and may make a move to make him a marquee signing.

Bellingham will travel to OT with Sheikh Jassim’s help.

The Qatari sheikh intends to provide Ten Hag with a “war-chest,” according to the story.

The Dortmund player’s current contract is set to expire in two years, and the Bundesliga’s juggernauts are desperate to fetch a club-record sum.

They believe they should be paid more than the €144 million they were paid for Ousmane Dembele in 2017.

Ten Hag is a fan of Bellingham’s abilities, and United can perhaps get him into the Champions League and give him the chance to start right away.

Liverpool, Real Madrid, and Manchester City, among other contenders, will fall short in terms of keeping both commitments.

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