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“One source tells me” – Sky Sports reporter shares worrying Ten Hag news he’s heard from Man United today.



Once more, that time has come for Manchester United.The supporters are in tears, the locker room is dripping, and the defense is groaning. Generally, the outcome is one thing: the dismissal of the manager.

Following a series of unsuccessful managers including David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Erik ten Hag is currently grappling with an internal uprising from his players. A dismal start of 10 losses in 21 games is their worst since 1973-74, the season the Red Devils were relegated. While Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s review of football operations does not appear to pose an immediate threat to Ten Hag’s position, it is certain that thoughts are beginning to turn regarding the next candidate for the hot seat at Old Trafford.The Nagelsmann Julian

The state of the German national team is akin to that of Manchester United. Naglesmann is tasked with turning things around prior to hosting Euro 2024; this is such a critical task for his mandate that he was appointed in September with a contract valid only through the conclusion of the tournament; therefore, he may very well be available again next summer.


This presents an opportunity for the Red Devils to select the 36-year-old, who has previously managed FC Hollywood in Germany, a club that attracts the most attention of any club (sound familiar?).


Young Nagelsmann was an outspoken United supporter. In 2020, prior to a meeting with United while serving as the manager of RB Leipzig, he disclosed the following: “I witnessed numerous Manchester United games on television and in the Theatre of Dreams. Currently, being a part of the stadium would be ideal.


“For instance, the final between Bayern Munich and Manchester United, in which Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scored.” Numerous crucial contests were contested by Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, and Manchester United. Numerous competitors. Approximately ten years ago, when I was a juvenile player, I avidly followed every Manchester United match.Theodore Potter

Ratcliffe is scheduled to join Old Trafford early next week through a £1.3 billion deal to acquire a 25 percent stake from the Glazer family. The sports division of INEOS, owned by the British billionaire and a lifelong Manchester United supporter, intends to revamp United’s faltering football department. Obviously, that could eventually result in a change at the top, just as INEOS, a petrochemical conglomerate, has experienced five times since acquiring Nice in 2019.


One individual who has been linked with moves to the south of France on numerous occasions is former manager of Chelsea and Brighton, Graham Potter, whom Ratcliffe and company are said to admire. Since his dismissal in April, the English tactician, who was renowned for developing players and instituting a fluid style of football, has taken a break and declined offers.


However, wouldn’t Potter be amenable to accepting the United position and demonstrating that his inability to transform Chelsea’s situation was merely a setback in his otherwise bright career?


Frederick Carrick

A list of potential United managers would be incomplete without a mention of a former player.Carrick led Middlesbrough to the play-off semifinals the previous year and has put one of the most streamlined teams in the Championship back on track following a shaky start to this campaign.


The 42-year-old midfield maestro, who remained composed and collected throughout his tenure, worked under Mourinho and Solskjaer before leaving Old Trafford in November 2021, following the latter’s dismissal and a three-game unblemished caretaker period. It would be a romantic reunion, but his managerial inexperience is a red flag, especially at a club like United. However, he is not alone.


Postecolgou, Ange

Although Manchester United have declined from the dominant force they once were, when Sir Alex Ferguson could snag the best players in the Premier League and diminish his opponents, they still possess a pulling force that even Postecoglou may find difficult to disregard. In his six months in command, the Tottenham manager has performed admirably, and Spurs were only in title contention a few weeks ago.


The Greek-Australian coach has demonstrated the capacity to quickly transform a group of underperforming and unfancied players into one of Europe’s most captivating teams. Within a matter of months, he transformed Tottenham into a contender for the Scottish championship at the very first attempt.


Although the scope of United would be considerably more extensive, the fundamental tenets of conducting an effective sort-out remain unchanged.