Manchester United Players Anticipate Erik ten Hag’s Summer Exit

Manchester United Players Anticipate Erik ten Hag's Summer Exit
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It has been reported by members of the Manchester United first team that Erik ten Hag will not be staying in the dugout past the end of this season.

The Dutchman is presently in his second season at Old Trafford; his first was considered a success as it resulted in an EFL Cup triumph and a third-place Premier League finish.

Even said, United’s current winning run has not prevented them from being eliminated early from the Champions League and they are still outsiders to return to the competition the following season.

Manchester United Players Anticipate Erik ten Hag's Summer Exit

Following their loss to rivals Manchester City in the Manchester derby on Sunday, United are currently six points behind Tottenham Hotspur in fifth place and eleven behind Aston Villa in fourth.

Newcastle United, who are in ninth place, are only four points behind as well, despite the fact that Ten Hag has led United to the FA Cup quarter finals, where they will play Liverpool.

The arrival of Sir Jim Ratcliffe as a football operations manager and minority owner at Old Trafford is expected to cause disruptions on the playing front.

Ten Hag’s job is also fraught with uncertainty; he might not be able to stay on the bench for very long unless the team finishes in fourth place or wins the FA Cup.

Members of the team believe they will be missing their manager, according to the Daily Mail.

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They expect Ratcliffe to take a different approach, even though there are rumours that certain members of the dressing room are in favour of Ten Hag.

Ratcliffe has publicly discussed how important it is for his team to stay in the Champions League and has also made an effort to bring about significant adjustments to the off-field structure.

In the upcoming months, United hopes to appoint Dan Ashworth from Newcastle as their new director of football. Omar Berrada left Man City to take over as chief executive at United.

There could be a lot of possibilities available in the summer, however United might not be the most desirable choice given that Bayern Munich, Liverpool, and Barcelona all need new managers.

It’s unclear what Ten Hag’s possibilities will be given that United might wait until the conclusion of the season to make a decision on his future. Ten Hag was formerly of Ajax.

Manchester United Players Anticipate Erik ten Hag's Summer Exit

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