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Sporting Lisbon manager Ruben Amorim has playfully addressed the speculation surrounding a potential move to Manchester United, following unsuccessful talks regarding managerial positions at Liverpool and West Ham.

Amorim has emerged as a candidate on INEOS’ radar as a potential replacement for Erik ten Hag, whose tenure at Manchester United appears increasingly precarious amid a lackluster 2023/24 season.

Recent reports, including one from The Peoples Person, indicated strong interest from Liverpool and West Ham in Amorim, particularly with both Jurgen Klopp and David Moyes expected to depart their clubs at the end of the campaign.

Amorim traveled to England for discussions, notably with West Ham, but failed to reach an agreement, ultimately returning to Portugal empty-handed. Liverpool opted for Feyenoord’s Arne Slot instead, further intensifying the speculation surrounding Amorim’s future.

The manager’s decision to engage in talks with English clubs drew criticism from Sporting fans, prompting him to issue apologies to both supporters and players for any unrest caused.

Despite these reconciliatory efforts, speculation continues to swirl regarding a potential move to Old Trafford. Amorim appears open to the idea of taking over from Ten Hag and leading one of the world’s most prestigious clubs.

In anticipation of Sporting’s Primeira Liga fixture against Estoril Praia, Amorim addressed questions about his future and the possibility of joining Manchester United, emphasizing his commitment to Sporting while acknowledging the unpredictability of football management.

He stated, “As always, we cannot predict the future, but my focus remains firmly on Sporting and the task at hand. I have learned from past mistakes and remain dedicated to the present.”

Amorim dismissed rumors surrounding his potential departure, highlighting the strength of Sporting’s team and players. He quipped, “You won’t catch me boarding another flight to England anytime soon (laughs). I am fully focused on my role as Sporting’s coach and not distracted by speculation.”

As Manchester United prepares to face Arsenal at Old Trafford on Sunday, the managerial saga surrounding the club continues to unfold, with Amorim’s name adding intrigue to the ongoing narrative.

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