• Agbonlahor queries, “I don’t comprehend it,” in the EPL The new Man Utd policy under Ten Hag

The new regulation at Old Trafford, according to former Aston Villa captain Gabby Agbonlahor, is being questioned by Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag.

 

The use of private chefs by Ten Hag’s Manchester United players, according to Agbonlahor, is “odd.”

 

Ten Hag reportedly gave his Man United players five rigorous directives to follow in order to keep their physical fitness at its highest level.

 

A few requirements include having their BMI measured on a monthly basis and abstaining from alcohol the week before matches.

 

The prohibition on Man United’s private cooks, though, particularly concerned Agbonlahor in his interview with Football Insider.

 

“I think those regulations are fairly normal, to be honest,” the ex-England striker added. In addition to not having private cooks, I believe you would like.

 

“I don’t believe athletes would bring food to consume at night from the practice field. They would prefer that their partners or a personal chef prepare meals for them. Everybody is aware of the ideal diet. The private chefs will prepare cuisine that is healthier than what you would. That is an odd one.

 

“The alcohol is now somewhat normal. On the weekends, a player could have a glass of wine with dinner, but during the workweek, players rarely drink. At Manchester United, there have been issues with information being leaked to agents. The majority of the regulations are standard club fare; they are the fundamentals.

 

“Typically, they would check your body fat once a month. Every day, you would be weighed.