BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Barcelona are ready to appoint Erik ten Hag as coach if he loses his job at Manchester United. Erik ten Hag is viewed by Barcelona as a savior who can “turn things around” and “rise from the ashes” at the “crisis-ridden” club. With the “team in turmoil”, ten Hag is seen as a “better option” than the “hapless” current management. The rebuilding of Barcelona is urgent, and ten Hag is seen as the perfect person for the job. Barcelona ‘Sees’ Ten Hag as ‘Savior’ of ‘Sinking Ship’ – ‘Phoenix’ Ten Hag ‘Ready to Rise”.


Reports suggest that Erik ten Hag, the current manager of Manchester United, is being targeted by Bayern Munich, adding uncertainty to his future at Old Trafford. Despite a commendable third-place finish and victories in the FA Cup final and EFL Cup last season, Manchester United has struggled in the current campaign.

With a staggering 16 losses across various competitions, Ten Hag’s team finds themselves in sixth place in the Premier League, trailing fourth-placed Aston Villa by nine points, albeit with a game in hand. Their disappointing performances led to an early exit from the UEFA Champions League after finishing fourth in their group, and they also failed to defend their EFL Cup title. However, a notable victory against Liverpool in the FA Cup quarterfinals provided a glimmer of hope.

Nevertheless, unless Manchester United secures an FA Cup triumph or manages an unexpected top-four finish, Ten Hag could face the prospect of being replaced in the summer. Despite this uncertainty, he remains a coveted figure in the managerial market. Reports from the Daily Star (via Four Four Two) suggest that Ten Hag is being considered by several Bundesliga clubs, including Bayern Munich.

The managerial landscape in the Bundesliga is undergoing changes, with Thomas Tuchel departing Bayern Munich at the end of the season and speculation surrounding the future of Bayer Leverkusen’s manager, Xabi Alonso, who is rumored to be linked with a move to Liverpool. Additionally, Sebastian Hoeness’ Stuttgart is positioning themselves for a potential Champions League return and boasts a promising young squad, making them an attractive option for Ten Hag.

Manchester United’s inconsistent form this season, particularly in the league, where they have suffered 11 losses, has complicated their pursuit of a top-four finish. However, Ten Hag’s team secured a 2-0 victory over Everton in their recent Premier League fixture at home. Following the international break, they are scheduled to face Brentford on March 30, seeking to replicate their previous success against the same opponent earlier in the season, where they secured a 2-1 victory at Old Trafford, with Scott McTominay scoring a stoppage-time brace.

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