Manchester United have reportedly reached an agreement with Erik ten Hag to become their new permanent manager, with the Ajax manager agreeing to a deal for up to four years
That ajax Boss is said to have sealed a deal with a handshake that lasted up to four years, for which the Red Devils finally found a permanent successor Ole Gunnar Solskjaerwho was released Nov. Ralph Rangnik has since managed first-team affairs and will move to a two years of consulting work at the end of the season.
It was claimed by the athlete that Old Trafford bosses then finalized negotiations with Ten Hag several in-depth interviewshow the 52-year-old interpreted his long-term plan for United, including the final word on transfers and their transformation play style.
have hit Maurice Pochettino In the race for the hot seat at Old Trafford, it’s Ten Hag’s turn to become the Red Devils’ fifth permanent manager.Sir Alex Ferguson era, following David Moys, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and Solskjaer, all of whom failed to bring back the glory days to the theater of dreams.
Now it will be the Dutchman’s job to revive United, with Rangnick expected to help from above. The interim boss remained tense at talks about Ten Hag’s successor, telling a new conference last week: “As far as I know, all the managers the club has spoken to so far are top managers, top coaches. If that includes Erik.” ten Hag, it’s true about him too. That’s all I can say at this point.
Meanwhile ex-Red Devils captain Gary Neville recently warned Ten Hag against taking the job Sky Sports podcast. Neville explained: “If you’re Ralf Rangnick, get back to ten Hag and answer him honestly, which I suspect, and if it’s you [Donny] Van de Beek to answer him honestly, which I suspect, and we know it Edwin van der Sar Is over there [at Ajax] who will speak honestly to ten Hag.
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“They will say: ‘Be very careful, be very careful when you go to Manchester United’ because at that moment it can be a reputation graveyard. Ralf Rangnick came with an incredible reputation. He still has that reputation. ” , but he’s now starting to get hurt by what’s happening around him.
“He looks weaker and more vulnerable on the touchline because the players’ performances have nothing to do with him. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a good man, these players liked him and they turned him around! So it’s a really difficult position.” for the club. I feel at this moment, like most Manchester United fans, that I don’t know where to go next or what’s going to happen.
A number of names have been associated with joining the Ten Hag coaching staff such as; Steve McClaren, Robin van Persie and Rene Meulensteenthree men who gained experience working at United during their trophy-winning years under Ferguson.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/breaking-ten-hag-man-utd-26697955 Erik ten Hag 'reaches agreement' to become next Man Utd manager