Erik ten Hag warned he could ax three Man Utd ‘troublemakers’ if he gets managerial job

Erik ten Hag is the favorite to be appointed as Manchester United’s new manager and the Ajax boss has been told to sell three star players after already being interviewed for the job


Erik ten Hag was told to get rid of Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and Harry Maguire if he should be appointed Manchester United is the new manager.

the ajax Chef is currently the favorite to replace Ralph Rangnik on the Old Trafford dugout, who will be in charge on an interim basis until the end of the season. ten witch, after being interviewed by Red Devils bossesHe would then lead his reign over the United squad and make it to your liking. But while the 52-year-old has the leader in front of him Maurice Pochettino, Luis Enrique and Julen Lopeteguihe was warned to cut the three stars who were labeled “troublemakers”.

“He just needs to get rid of these troublemakers: Ronaldo, Pogba, Maguire,” explained Rene van der Gijp, a former player Netherlands international, who now hosts a Dutch chat show Vendaag insidewhich draws 1.4 million viewers a night amid speculation that Ten Hag has had “positive” talks with the Red Devils.

Van der Gijp then suggested a better option to manage Ronaldo – someone the United No7 has already worked with. “Ronaldo would be fine with that [Zinedine] Zidane,” the ex PSV Winger added, with Zidane having managed Ronaldo during his tenure real Madrid “They are on the same level.”

Ten Hag may not even need to oust Pogba himself as the midfielder’s contract expires in June and all signs point to a free transfer. Ronaldo, meanwhile, has a year left on his contract and Maguire is still the club’s captain, despite relentless criticism for his performances as a central defender this season.

Former United centre-back Rio Ferdinand has questioned Maguire’s long-term suitability for a top-level team, admitting on his YouTube channel, Mood with Five : “For all the good qualities that [Maguire] has in his game [pace] is a major weakness and it is a fundamental trait of all top teams; Being able to play one-on-one on the center line. So I think it’s going to be difficult for Maguire in the long run – unless he can find that extra step of pace.

Ten Hag has been ordered to get rid of Maguire, Ronaldo and Pogba if he is appointed Man Utd’s new manager

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While Ten Hag would no doubt be tempted by a move to one of the biggest clubs in the world, United will reportedly face secondary competition for his signature Champions League Clubs should be interested in his services. News remains from Manchester that several candidates are being evaluated, but whoever gets the job says they will have a difficult task ahead of them David Moyswho was the first Red Devils manager of the Post Sir Alex Ferguson era and lasted only 10 months.

“I keep hearing that Man United need a top manager to make the difference. Man United had one Jose Mourinho and Louis van Gaalwho are two of the best coaches in the world – both excellent, both winners,” said Moyes Alan Scherer in the interview for the athlete.

“One is an incredible manager, one is a great winner. Man United have had a lot of top managers. I wouldn’t put myself in that category at all but they’ve had some great managers. The difficulty for them now is to really find the same ones The rhythm they found under Sir Alex, which, looking back now, was incredible for their football club, it really was.”

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