"I don't want egos," Erik ten Hag cautions Manchester United players ahead of the upcoming season

“I don’t want egos” – Erik ten Hag warns Man United stars ahead of next football season

With the arrival of new manager Erik ten Hag, the environment at Manchester United may shift from what it was previously.

Prior to the start of the next football season, the former Ajax manager, who has a severe demeanor, cautioned his players that egos will not be tolerated in the dressing room.

Erik ten Hag, who took over from Ralf Rangnick, has already laid out his demands in a scathing email to the playing team, warning that he will not accept lack of effort or disloyalty, according to The Sun.

The Dutchman “gave the first-team players an email, telling them that football is a team game and no individual is more essential than any other,” a source told The Sun.

“Despite the fact that United possesses world-class players, his focus is solely on the team.”

“He wants the players to train harder so that every session feels like a game.”

The 52-year-old has been charged with rescuing the Red Devils from their recent woes and getting them back on track after they failed to win a title in the 2021-22 season.

As a result, after finishing sixth in the Premier League last season, Manchester United will be looking forward to the new season.