Erik ten Hag presently can’t seem to choose whether to give Brazil forward Antony his Manchester United debut in Sunday’s conflict against Premier League pioneers Arsenal.
Ten Hag sprinkled out £82 million ($94 million) to sign Antony from Ajax on Thursday.
However, the United director wouldn’t uncover whether the 22-year-old will highlight at Old Trafford this end of the week.
After horrid losses against Brighton and Brentford to begin his rule, Ten Hag’s side have won three straight, including Thursday’s 1-0 triumph at Leicester.
Ten Hag named an unaltered side for United’s last two games, leaving new £60 million marking Casemiro on the seat close by Cristiano Ronaldo.
Friday we have a group meeting and Saturday we have a group meeting. I will consider it and afterward we will take a choice.”
Champs of their initial five games, Arsenal are the Premier League’s last group with an ideal record this season.
“In the season you can see a more extended together, with a there’s a group are longer together, with a mentor who is getting his way of thinking the group, so for us, it’s a decent test.
I’m truly anticipating it and we will pick the right XI to begin. Yet, as you see, it’s not just a group. We have a crew.
It’s about improvement, about getting and making lines and a short time later going with the best decisions.