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Erik ten Hag insists there is no cause for concern over Manchester United's lack of transfer business despite the board failing to back his move for Chelsea's Hakim Ziyech Erik ten Hag insists there is no cause for alarm over the lack of transfer business  The Red Devils have had another turbulent week in the summer transfer window  United might be closing on midfielder Adrien Rabiot but it still to be confirmed However, former player Lou Macari has criticised the potential signing of Rabiot  United's board are also said to be unwilling to back Ten Hag's wish to sign Ziyech 

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Erik ten Hag insists there is no cause for alarm over the lack of new faces at Manchester United even as time ticks down in the transfer market with key targets yet to sign.

United have had another turbulent week in the window. They may be closing on France midfielder Adrien Rabiot, but will have heard former player Lou Macari criticise the potential signing on in-house channel MUTV on Friday, arguing the 27-year-old is not good enough.

That came after a report suggesting United's board are unwilling to back Ten Hag's wish to sign Chelsea's Hakim Ziyech, while a move for veteran forward Marko Arnautovic was abandoned following criticism from fans.

Erik ten Hag insists there is no cause for alarm over the lack of new faces at Manchester United

Erik ten Hag insists there is no cause for alarm over the lack of new faces at Manchester United

Three months of pursuing Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong are yet to bear fruit and although Lisandro Martinez, Tyrell Malacia and Christian Eriksen have arrived, frustration is growing among supporters with less than three weeks until the window closes on September 1.

'When Manchester United is not performing, not winning, that's normal,' Ten Hag said when asked if the concern on fans' message boards was shared inside United.

'I would be more in panic when there wasn't panic because we have to win. That is the demand. Still, I would say panic isn't the right word. It's more like, 'come on, we have to act'. We have to think bright and do the right things.'

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