Tyrell Malacia has been discussing the tactical directions given to him by Manchester United supervisor, Erik ten Hag.
The Crimson Devils introduced Malacia as their first signing of the 2022 summer season switch window earlier this month.
Malacia signed a four-year deal till 2026 and is believed to have set United again €15m plus €2m in add-ons.
The total-back has since settled in properly and has already begun to garner minutes at left-back for the Crimson Devils.
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The Dutchman began for United vs Crystal Palace earlier this week and was instrumental in organising a well-worked Anthony Martial aim.
Malacia discovered himself on the sting of the Palace field earlier than switching play to fellow full-back Diogo Dalot, who picked out Martial with a superb looping ball.
Now, chatting with Sky Sports activities, Malacia agreed that he was in impact being requested to play as an additional midfielder. He mentioned: “Yeah, that’s what the coach needs from me and at my former membership, I performed the identical model so for me it’s simpler to suit into this technique.”
Malacia additionally outlined how Ten Hag was in frequent dialogue with him within the build-up to his swap to United: “I spoke to him rather a lot, two or thrice,” he mentioned.
“We had some good conversations about soccer, about myself and about him. Additionally about how he sees me which was an vital factor for me in becoming a member of the membership.”