BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, Manchester Utd have SACKED Erik Ten Hag‼️ He will manage the team for the last time in the cup final against City. He is leaving Old Trafford no matter the outcome. According to reports, it is true that Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his INEOS ‘allies’ have decided to pull the trigger on Ten Hag after the showpiece at Wembley. Man Utd sack Ten Hag.


Manchester United have decided to part ways with Erik ten Hag following the FA Cup final, as reported by The Guardian.

The crucial moment for Erik ten Hag’s tenure has arrived. Manchester United will face Manchester City at Wembley in the FA Cup final in the next 24 hours, and it appears increasingly likely that this match will mark the end of Ten Hag’s time as manager.

Under Ten Hag, Manchester United endured their worst league finish since 1990, only managing to secure eighth place in the Premier League. Additionally, the team exited the Champions League at the group stage in a humiliating fashion, and several high-profile signings, notably €95 million winger Antony, failed to deliver the expected impact.

On Thursday, Italian transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio revealed that Manchester United had already decided to dismiss Ten Hag after the FA Cup final, regardless of the outcome. This information has since been confirmed by a second source.

According to The Guardian, Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his INEOS partners have resolved to terminate Ten Hag’s contract after the upcoming match at Wembley.

This decision follows an audit conducted by the new technical director, Jason Wilcox, who reviewed Ten Hag’s performance and his relationships within the dressing room. The findings of this investigation were evidently unsatisfactory, despite a somewhat positive conclusion to the Premier League season with wins against Newcastle and Brighton.

Manchester United’s sole opportunity to qualify for European competition (the Europa League) hinges on defeating Manchester City. However, even if they succeed, Ten Hag’s departure from Old Trafford is imminent. Potential candidates to replace him include Thomas Tuchel, Kieran McKenna, Mauricio Pochettino, Graham Potter, and Thomas Frank.

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