Manchester United‘s owners, the Glazers, have reportedly assured manager Erik ten Hag that he will have the necessary funds to complete his summer transfer plans.
Ten Hag is still keen on finalizing a deal for Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana and acquiring a new striker.
There were concerns that the Glazers might hinder Ten Hag’s ambitions in the transfer market, especially with ongoing talks surrounding the club’s potential sale.
However, according to the Mirror, the American owners understand that failing to invest significantly in the squad could lead to a decline in the club’s value.
They are aware of the importance of keeping up with Manchester City and their other top-four rivals.
Ten Hag had initially planned to spend around £170m in the summer transfer window, and a significant portion of that has already been utilized with the £55m acquisition of Mason Mount from Chelsea.