BREAKING NEWS: coming from a reliable source in man utd, 🚨 its OFFICIAL New Manchester United part-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe has confirmed that Erik ten hag will cease to be head coach of man utd at the end of the season. This is the end of the road for Erik ten Hag.

Gary Neville thinks that Erik ten Hag's status at Manchester United for the upcoming season will already have been decided.


The new co-owner of Manchester United, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, has assumed control over the club’s transfer policies and staff recruitment, instigating alterations within the organizational framework. Ratcliffe has enlisted Omar Berrada from Manchester City, as well as his INEOS colleague Dave Brailsford, and is actively pursuing the recruitment of Newcastle director Dan Ashworth. These developments have led Gary Neville to infer that a decision regarding the future of Erik ten Hag, despite his contract extending to 2025, may have already been reached, potentially indicating his dismissal at the season’s conclusion. Neville expressed his belief during Monday Night Football that with the influx of executives from rival clubs and the pursuit of Ashworth, a decision on ten Hag’s tenure is likely imminent, if not already made. He voiced skepticism that Ratcliffe and Brailsford would procrastinate on such crucial determinations, citing Manchester United’s historical shortcomings in timely decision-making regarding recruitment and managerial appointments. Neville speculated that a resolution may have already been reached, regardless of the team’s Champions League prospects, emphasizing the importance of proactive decision-making to avoid lagging behind in the competitive landscape. The prevailing sentiment suggests that ten Hag will indeed be relieved of his duties at the end of the season, following another disappointing campaign.

Manchester United currently finds themselves in a challenging position, occupying sixth place in the league standings, significantly distant from the title contention and facing an uphill battle to secure qualification for the Champions League. With their European aspirations dashed, the FA Cup remains their sole avenue for potential silverware.

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