The 52-year-old was officially appointed as Manchester United’s new manager last Thursday and will step down from Ajax to replace interim coach Ralf Rangnick at the end of the season.
Rangnick recently said a ‘big change’ would be made to the first team this summer and suggested how many 10 players could leave the club.
However, ESPN, with the Daily Mirror, reports that United officials have told Ten Hag that there will be no need to restructure this summer, with the club seeking change instead of reform.
Despite one report suggesting that Ten Hag will be given a budget of £ 200m, ESPN added that the Dutchman will initially receive between £ 100m and £ 150m for the new recruits, which could be increased to around £ 230m by selling first-team players.
In addition, Anthony Martial, Alex Telles, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Eric Bailly, and Phil Jones are all allegedly sold out, while the Red Devils could earn around £ 80m if they sell all five players in the summer.
Man United have been linked with a number of players ahead of the summer window, which includes West Ham United’s Declan Rice, Benfica’s Darwin Nunez, and Barcelona’s Frankie De Jong.