Man United Defender Varane Predicts a Stronger Season for the Team Next Year
According to Manchester United defender Raphael Varane, the Red Devils’ record will also improve next season after a poor 2021-22 campaign.
United now sits in sixth place in the Premier League and will be unable to qualify for the Champions League if their current form continues.
Even if the team didn’t get the results they had hoped for, Varane remains upbeat and confident about the next season.
Erik ten Hag of Ajax will replace Ralf Rangnick as the club’s temporary manager next season.
In March 2019, while playing for his old club Real Madrid, Varane lost to Ten Hag’s Ajax in the Champions League last-16. The Spaniard feels the Dutchman is the proper choice.
“They did an excellent job on the field. I can’t wait to collaborate with him, “said France’s center back Antoine Makelele.
As far as I’m concerned, he’s the right guy for the job at this club.
The 29-year-old feels that Ten Hag’s first aim will be to get more level of consistency out of the expensively built group.
“It is possible to exert more influence over the course of a game. We’ve been known to go from playing good for 20-30 minutes to playing horribly for the last 10 or 15 minutes. As a result, we suffered significant damage, “he said, adding.
As a team, “I believe that if we are consistent, we can achieve a great deal, so I believe that we must work together.”
Since leaving the Bernabeu for £34 million last summer, injury has limited Varane’s opportunities to play. This season, he’s appeared in only 28 of United’s 47 matches.
According to him, he needs a complete preseason to be fully ready for the next season.