BREAKING NEWS: Fabrizio Romano reports that there is ongoing talks between British billionaire Ratcliffe and sir alex Ferguson about the future of Erik ten Hag. The United’s Legendary coach doesn’t see him fit and and has urged the club to get rid of him, as he can’t explain and understand his playing style and tactics and doesn’t see him fit for the job any longer. One of the best coach now had been lined up as his replacement.

Potential Co-owner of Manchester United Sir Jim Ratcliffe is anticipated to approach Sir Alex Ferguson for advice, as the former is said to be in favour of current manager Erik ten Hag.


Ratcliffe will take over sporting activities when his £1.3 billion deal is accepted. He is expected to purchase a minority ownership in the club. Ten Hag has been in charge of United’s difficult start to the season, but Ferguson is reportedly fully behind the former Ajax director.

Ferguson intends to defend Ten Hag’s worth to prospective investors, according to a story from Footballwave, by highlighting the manager’s stellar rookie campaign, which includes a third-place finish in the Premier League and the Carabao Cup.

Despite having a slow start to the Premier League, Manchester United is only five points behind Tottenham Hotspur, who are coached by Ange Postecoglou and now sit in fourth place.

Though critics and pundits have continued to attack the Red Devils severely while praising Spurs, the truth is that the two teams aren’t that far apart. Thus, the query is: Does Erik ten Hag truly merit unrelenting criticism?

Because he doesn’t, in Sir Alex Ferguson’s opinion, the Dutchman will once again lead Manchester United to greatness.

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