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Manchester United would be making a significant reversal in their previous plans to dismiss Erik ten Hag if they decide to retain him as manager for the next season.

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has provided an update regarding Erik ten Hag’s future at Manchester United.

Despite winning the FA Cup, the Dutchman is at risk of being dismissed from his role at Old Trafford following a poor Premier League season where United finished eighth— their lowest position ever— and conceded a record number of goals.

United also finished last in a relatively easy Champions League group, and the overall style of play throughout the season was negative and disorganized.

In his latest Daily Briefing, Romano confirmed that “there have been important meetings at Manchester United this week as they conduct an internal review of the season and Ten Hag’s future.”

He also mentioned that other critical issues were discussed, such as improving United’s poor injury record and evaluating the financial situation concerning transfers.

Regarding Ten Hag, Romano stated that “the Dutch coach and his agents are still waiting for formal communication from Manchester United to understand the club’s position.”

“We might hear something in the coming days as we approach the moment for the final decision,” the expert added.

“The board is involved, Ten Hag is waiting, the players are waiting – we are entering a crucial stage.”

There are three main perspectives on the managerial situation.

The first, supported by transfer specialist Gianluca di Marzio, is that the decision to sack Ten Hag was made months ago and communicated to him before United’s match against Arsenal.

The second view, held by David Ornstein of The Athletic, suggests that the decision would be made during this end-of-season review.

The third perspective, presented by Ten Hag himself, is that INEOS had given no indication that his job was at risk and had been collaborating with him on summer transfer targets.

If the “already sacked” scenario is accurate, the delay in announcing the decision is puzzling, unless the FA Cup victory prompted a last-minute reconsideration.

Regardless, if the 54-year-old is to be dismissed, an announcement seems imminent. According to Romano, former Chelsea and Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel is “super keen” to take over the role.

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