SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United are in the hunt for a new manager to replace ten hag and one of the best coach currently agrees to accept job after positive talks with reds board. According to respected journalist Fabrizio Romano, Pochettino has spoken with Manchester United and is very interested in taking the job at Old Trafford. Ex Chelsea coach ready to accept job after positive talks with Reds board.


Despite Manchester United’s FA Cup victory, the club is reportedly exploring alternatives to manager Erik ten Hag. Goals from Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo secured a surprising win over league champions Manchester City, with Jeremy Doku’s late goal for City not enough to change the outcome. This triumph ensures United will compete in European football next season, despite their worst-ever Premier League finish in eighth place.

Ten Hag has cautioned United’s board that he is prepared to win trophies elsewhere if they choose not to retain him. The victory on Saturday marked his second domestic trophy in two seasons, following the Carabao Cup win in 2023.

United faces a decision on whether to keep Ten Hag or seek new leadership. While Ten Hag could remain in charge, the club has reportedly considered Mauricio Pochettino and Thomas Frank as potential replacements. According to The Telegraph, United has held meetings with representatives for both Pochettino, who is a free agent following his departure from Chelsea, and Frank, who is currently under contract with Brentford.

These discussions follow earlier talks with representatives of Kieran McKenna, a former United coach who has achieved consecutive promotions with Ipswich Town. McKenna is also being considered by Chelsea as a potential successor to Pochettino.

A decision on Ten Hag’s future does not seem imminent. He has proceeded with his holiday plans after the cup final, as intended, but he made sure to communicate with the club’s executives immediately following the match at Wembley.

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