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      Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag out for a solo Valentine’s Day bike ride

      • Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag was seen riding his bike in Cheshire
      • Ten Hag headed to Marks & Spencer on her way home on Valentine’s Day
      • United preparing for their Europa League clash against Barcelona

      Soccer stars are known for their flashy cars, but Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag took a different approach on Valentine’s Day.

      Ten Hag was seen riding his bike in Cheshire and headed for Marks & Spencer on his way home.

      The spectators will surely have been surprised to have seen the Dutchman on his bike.

      The 53-year-old, who was wearing a beanie and coat, walked past heart-shaped balloons as he made his way to Hale Village.

      It’s a busy week for United as they take on Barcelona in the Europa League on Thursday before hosting Leicester in the Premier League three days later.

      Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag was seen riding his bike in Cheshire.
      United manager Ten Hag headed into Marks & Spencer on his way home on Valentine’s Day.

      Ten Hag’s side had a difficult start to the season, but have shown some encouraging signs of late.

      Following their win against Leeds on Sunday, Manchester United sit third in the league, five points behind leaders Arsenal, who have two games to go.

      United are concerned they could take a £40m hit for Harry Maguire if he leaves this summer.

      Maguire joined United from Leicester in 2019 for a fee of £80m, but has made just five Premier League starts this season.

      Meanwhile, Rio Ferdinand believes that playing against Marcus Rashford may become even more “awful”.

      Rashford has been in excellent form of late, scoring 13 goals in 15 matches since domestic football resumed after the World Cup.

      However, Ferdinand feels that Rashford can sometimes make it ‘easy’ for defenders.

      Ten Hag’s squad, including Marcus Rashford, prepare for clash against Barcelona

      Speaking on his YouTube channel, Ferdinand said: “If I’m a defender, I look at Marcus sometimes and he can make things easier for defenders sometimes in the game.”

      If he offered up the threat from behind a bit more, then I think he would have even more joy to get back on his feet and become that threat from behind still.

      “That part of the game there, his decision-making about whether to go long or short, if he gets it, makes for an even more horrible player to play against.”


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