BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano,🚨, JUST IN, Man Utd have announced that the club have to a mutual agreement with Erik ten hag to part ways after an embarrassing draw with Bournemouth. Sir Jim Ratcliffe said “as it stands we’re currently one of the worst team in the Premier league and 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 SACKED”.


Amidst Manchester United’s 2-2 draw against Bournemouth on Saturday evening, irate fans took to social media to demand Erik ten Hag’s dismissal from his managerial position.

The Dutchman has faced considerable scrutiny in his second season at the helm, with United significantly trailing behind their rivals in the Premier League standings. The recent involvement of Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Ineos has only intensified the pressure on Ten Hag, as they now exert influence at Old Trafford.

As United found themselves trailing 2-1 against Bournemouth just before halftime at the Vitality Stadium, a despondent Ten Hag on the touchline prompted disgruntled supporters to call for his removal online.

One fan’s message was straightforward: “Sack Ten Hag now,” while another expressed vehemently, “If we don’t win this game, Ten Hag has to go.” Throughout the match, others echoed similar sentiments with the hashtag #TenHagOut.

Despite trailing at halftime, Ten Hag’s squad rallied to salvage a point, thanks to Captain Bruno Fernandes, who notched another goal from the penalty spot in the 65th minute.

However, the drawn result does little to bolster United’s quest for European football next season, as the stalemate on the south coast sees them languishing in seventh place at day’s end.

While Ineos and Ratcliffe have remained tight-lipped regarding Ten Hag’s future, recent reports suggest that the former Ajax boss is included in plans for the upcoming season.

Yet, uncertainty looms over whether this stance would shift should results continue to disappoint until season’s end. Various names have surfaced as potential replacements, including Gareth Southgate and Graham Potter.

Despite swirling speculation, Ten Hag brushed off concerns about his future last month, emphasizing his focus on the team’s progress rather than external noise.

“At Man United, there will always be noise, rumors around the club, the manager, the players,” he stated in a press conference. “We are focusing on the process, on the team’s improvement, so I don’t care about [it].”

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