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Erik ten Hag and Steve McClaren arrive at Man Utd training ground as new era begins
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Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United reign has officially begun after the Dutchman arrived at the club’s Carrington training base for his first session of pre-season.

Erik ten Hag and Steve McClaren arrive at Man Utd training ground as new era begins

Erik Ten Hag and McClaren

The Dutchman will know just how much work awaits him as he looks to restore the club to former glories after their worst season in their Premier League history. Ten Hag was actually in attendance for the final game of a miserable season against Crystal Palace away at Selhurst Park, ensuring he has a clear idea of what he needs to do improve upon.

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There was also a familiar face alongside him at Carrington on Monday morning, as Steve McClaren returned to United for the first time in just over two decades, ready for life as assistant to Ten Hag. McClaren was part of Sir Alex Ferguson’s backroom staff during the club’s iconic treble-winning season in 1999.

Erik ten Hag and Steve McClaren arrive at Man Utd training ground as new era begins

Both Ten Hag and McClaren will not be joined by some of the more high-profile figures from within this current crop of United stars. The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernandes and David de Gea are not expected to report back for pre-season for another few weeks. Any United star who represented their national side in the immediate aftermath of the Premier League’s season’s end in UEFA Nations League fixtures will be granted some extra time-off to rest before returning ready to work under the new boss.

But Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford – both on the outside looking in where England are concerned at present – will be in attendance, desperate to impress the new boss. Ten Hag will have to balance his time between keeping a close eye on the fringe players returning to Carrington this week and those under-performing stars in need of a pick-me-up under his management – while also overseeing transfer pursuits of multiple targets as United’s hierarchy look to get the squad to his liking.

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