It seems that Manchester United is planning a revolution in the team after the "Anfield" disaster, in which the team lost a clean four from Liverpool in the English Premier League football.

The beginning will be with the appointment of Dutchman Eric Ten Hag, the current coach of Ayacas, to succeed the current German coach, Ralf Rangnick, who said after the humiliating loss that there will be a large movement of transfers to and from the club.

"For me, obviously there will be 6, maybe 7, 8 or even 10 new players," he added.

And it seems that the untouched position is Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea, while "all the lines of the team need to be developed, and the inclusion of 4 or 5 players may not be enough to bring about the expected change."

And the media are talking about that among the names nominated to leave the team for free next summer are Uruguayan Edinson Cavani, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Neiman Matic and Paul Pogba, who has not yet decided whether he will renew his contract with the club or leave.

It is expected that Ten Hag will use a new training device, led by Dutch assistant coach Van der Gag.