Erik Ten Hag gets hands on in his first Manchester United training session as Dutchman runs the rule over Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Co at Carrington in start of new era
- Erik ten Hag was filmed taking charge of first Manchester United training session
- Assistant Steve McClaren was seen deep in conversation with Marcus Rashford
- Jadon Sancho and a number of other key players set to work under Dutchman
- Ten Hag order United players to turn up to training at Carrington by 9am
Erik Ten Hag began a new era for Manchester United on Tuesday morning by taking charge of his first training session as manager.
Having ordered the players to arrive bright an early at Carrington for 9:00am, the Dutchman orchestrated proceedings on a sunny day at the training complex.
Marcus Rashford was seen deep in conversation with assistant Steve McClaren and a number of key players such as Jadon Sancho were seen being put through their paces.
Erik Ten Hag took his first Manchester United training session on Tuesday
Aaron Wan-Bissaka (left), Jadon Sancho (centre) and Victor Lindelof (right) pushed themselves
Steve McClaren (left) was seen deep in conversation with Marcus Rashford
Having brought in the former Ajax boss to reverse fortunes at Old Trafford, fans will keenly be observing the 52-year-old’s manner with his inherited squad.
He appeared to be comfortable in his surroundings, seen striding out to the training pitches in the short video posted by the club on social media.
The players were also seen running in a line as the hard graft of pre-season began in earnest.
No doubt Ten Hag has a plan in place to bring the best out of the individuals at his disposal.
Rashford in particular endured an underwhelming campaign last term and supporters know the forward can deliver far more for his boyhood club.
Ten Hag will be looking to start off on the front foot and establish his command of the group
Rashford (left) and Lindelof (right) will be battling hard to make a strong impression
Tom Heaton and Zidane Iqbal of Manchester United compete for the ball in training