SHOCKING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Erik ten Hag is facing the sack at Manchester United unless results improve between now and the end of the campaign, according to a Fabrizio, Sir Jim Ratcliffe and the management made this decision this morning. He said ” I hear the voices of the fans calling for him “Eric ten hag” to be axed but believe in me I’m building a team that will take united to the next level. He has limited time to prove to us all he is the right person. No unproductive and unprofessional staff will remain at united any longer than expected”. Ten Hag will be axed at the end of the season unless results improve.

According to a report, Erik ten Hag will likely lose his job at Manchester United unless things change between now and the end of the season.


The Red Devils have faced a challenging season, prompting increasing scrutiny of manager Ten Hag, and calls for his dismissal are growing louder. Chris Sutton, a former Premier League striker, recently urged minority owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe to make changes in the management, contributing to a revolution that has already brought new faces to Old Trafford. Sir Dave Brailsford will advise on sporting matters, and Omar Berrada, recruited from Man City, has become the new CEO, succeeding Richard Arnold. While it initially appeared unlikely for Ten Hag to be ousted this season, reports now suggest that his position is becoming less secure, and he might face the axe at the end of the season if results don’t improve.

The Red Devils’ struggles are evident as they are out of the Carabao Cup and Champions League, currently languishing in seventh place in the Premier League. According to Footballwave, Ratcliffe and his team have a three-man shortlist for potential successors. Graham Potter, Roberto de Zerbi, and Francesco Farioli are reportedly among the top contenders.

Potter, who has been unemployed since his dismissal by Chelsea in April 2023, is one candidate. De Zerbi has been performing well at Brighton, although the team hasn’t replicated its swashbuckling style from the previous season. Farioli, known for his success at INEOS-owned Nice in Ligue 1, is intimately familiar to Ratcliffe. Nice currently holds the second position in the league, boasting the best defense.

Despite Farioli’s impressive track record, FootballTransfers previously highlighted concerns about his ‘negative’ style of play, which might not resonate well with Red Devils fans. The decision on Ten Hag’s future seems closely tied to the team’s performance, and a shift in management could be on the horizon unless there is a notable improvement by the end of the season.

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