BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United have announced that the club have to a mutual agreement with Erik ten hag to part ways after the end of the season. Sir Jim Ratcliffe said “we have come to a decision to let go and move on as its not working and we’re moving in a new direction and we hope to bring one of the best who will turn the team to title contenders once again”. Confirmed Erik ten Hag journey ends as club confirms exit”.


A reliable journalist has unveiled Manchester United’s strategy regarding the potential dismissal of Erik ten Hag, alongside a confirmed departure from the club’s management hierarchy.

Following Manchester United’s disappointing defeat against Chelsea, there is a growing clamor for Ten Hag to be relieved of his managerial duties.

Despite the possibility of securing a Champions League spot, Manchester United’s recent performance suggests they might miss out on qualification for the prestigious tournament next season.

Nevertheless, the Red Devils still have a chance to salvage their season by winning the FA Cup. They are heavily favored to overcome Coventry City in the semi-finals, although they could face stiff competition from either Chelsea or Manchester City in the final.

However, simply winning the FA Cup may not be sufficient to address the underlying issues at the club. Quick fixes are not in line with the approach favored by Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sir Dave Brailsford, who have assumed full control over sporting matters at Manchester United.

Ratcliffe has already begun appointing individuals he considers to be the top talents in their respective fields. Omar Berrada, previously with Manchester City, will take on the role of CEO at Manchester United, while Dan Ashworth is anticipated to join from Newcastle as the sporting director. Both Berrada and Ashworth are currently on gardening leave.

Jason Wilcox has also agreed to join the restructuring efforts at Manchester United and will replace Darren Fletcher as the club’s technical director.

As reported by Laurie Whitwell of The Athletic, Fletcher will remain at Old Trafford, albeit in a recalibrated role with a new job title.

Whitwell, a reliable source on Manchester United matters, provided key updates on Ratcliffe and Brailsford’s plans for the club, including the status of Erik ten Hag.

Firstly, Whitwell confirmed that football director John Murtough is set to depart, with his exit expected to be finalized once other appointments to the hierarchy are officially confirmed.

Regarding Ten Hag, Whitwell strongly suggested that the Dutchman will not be sacked this summer. Several reasons were cited, including Ten Hag’s involvement in the club’s summer recruitment plans and pre-season preparations for their tour of the USA.

Furthermore, Ratcliffe and Brailsford intend to leave the decision on Ten Hag’s future to Ashworth and Berrada. However, since both are currently on gardening leave and cannot engage in day-to-day activities, Ten Hag’s position is not under immediate threat.

Although the club has considered potential replacements for Ten Hag, such as Gareth Southgate and Graham Potter, discussions with candidates have not yet taken place beyond mere contemplation.

The report also acknowledges Manchester United’s significant injury crisis this season as a mitigating factor that has impacted the manager’s performance.

Ratcliffe’s public statement emphasizing the importance of finding the right solution rather than rushing to judgment has been echoed internally at Old Trafford. This stance suggests that the calls from fans for Ten Hag’s dismissal will not influence the decision-making process.

Overall, it appears increasingly unlikely that Ten Hag will be denied the opportunity to work under the new regime next season.

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