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United’s coach isn’t safe, the 6-coach list Jim Ratcliffe has to replace Ten Hag

By Mario Perez

United’s coach isn’t safe, the 6-coach list Jim Ratcliffe has to replace Ten Hag

The British billionaire would be reluctant to trust the Dutchman one more season

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INEOS’ board at Manchester United headed by Jim Ratcliffe could be soon surprising the media and the fans by sacking Erik Ten Hag in case the manager wasn’t able to improve the team’s performances in the next few months according to the information given by the British media in the last few hours.

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In this sense, as it was reported by the English journal The Telegraph, despite Erik Ten Hag could continue in the club’s management until the end of the season, he wouldn’t be part of INEOS’ plans for Manchester United in the next few years, given the poor performances delivered by the Red Devils under the Dutchman’s management in this campaign.

Following these sources, INEOS would have prepared a 6-coach shortlist including some of the most successful managers on these days to replace Erik Ten Hag in the short term, which would be headed by Thomas Tuchel, whose wonderful Champions League title conquest with Chelsea in 2021 and his great development against Guardiola in Bundesliga would be great achievements to convince Ratcliffe of taking him to Old Trafford.

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Ratcliffe would be evaluating important names in the market

In addition, Ratcliffe could be evaluating other important names such as the ones of Sporting’s Ruben Amorim, the former Chelsea manager Graham Potter, or the OGC Nice coach Francesco Farioli, a strong bet inside INEOS’ board. Alongside them, two free agents in the market, Hansi Flick and Zinedine Zidane, could also receive a proposal from Ratcliffe, who would be determined to take strong measures in case Erik Ten Hag couldn’t show a massive improvement in the Red Devils during the rest of the season.

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