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Andre Onana admits to Erik ten Hag, “I am not happy,” about his personal Manchester United issues.

Despite his struggles to recreate his form with Inter Milan and Ajax, Man United’s £47.2 million summer acquisition is confident he will succeed under Erik ten Hag.

Andre Onana has dismissed criticism that, since joining Manchester United in the summer, he has turned into a dreadful goalie, although he acknowledges that he is “not happy” with his current performance.

In a £47.2 million transaction, Onana rejoined United, reuniting with former Ajax manager Erik ten Hag. Longtime first choice David de Gea was benched by the Dutchman in favor of a goalkeeper more in line with his tactical principles.

The Cameroon international has flashed moments of brilliance this season, but his time at United has been marred by careless shots and unintentional mistakes. He was largely responsible for his team’s Champions League elimination, giving up easy goals, especially to Galatasaray and Bayern Munich.

A feisty Onana told Sky Sports, “If I have to speak about my season so far for Manchester United, I am not happy because I know I can do much, much better, I’ve done it and I know I will do it better than what is happening now.” “This is not a good time for us. As quickly as possible, I hope that things will change.

“But listen, do you really think that the best goalie from the previous season’s Champions League can turn into the worst in the world in just six months? Nope.

“Everything has a transient existence. It will be okay, I’m sure. It will happen tomorrow, if not today, then the day after tomorrow.

With their 1-0 loss to Bayern Munich at home on Tuesday—their third setback in four games and their 12th overall this season—United’s elimination from the Champions League was sealed. The Manchester Evening News is aware that manager Ten Hag is under increasing pressure, and that it will only increase if Liverpool is heavily defeated this afternoon.

However, Onana maintains that Ten Hag is the ideal manager for Ten Hag’s personal growth and the proper person to lead United to victory after working with the 53-year-old during a fruitful stint at Ajax and now working under him every day at United.

He said of Ten Hag, “We had a successful period with Ajax.” “We played outstanding football from the back and advanced to the Champions League semifinals.

He’s an effective manager. I enjoy the way he works and interacts with the players.

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