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Erik Ten Hag: Dutchman To Stay On As Manchester United Coach After End-Of-Season Review – Report

Written By Albert Echatah

After concluding their end-of-season review, Manchester United’s hierarchy have chosen to keep Erik ten Hag as head coach over the summer.


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Ten Hag’s future has come under great scrutiny in recent weeks due to United’s disappointing Premier League season, which saw the team finish in eighth position.

But Ten Hag’s case for staying in charge was reinforced by United’s triumph over Manchester City in the FA Cup final last month, and the rumours regarding the manager’s job have now come to an end as United has chosen to stick with the Dutchman.

Prior to the cup final, there were numerous reports circulating that suggested Ten Hag would lose his job at Wembley regardless of the result. Sir Jim Ratcliffe, United’s co-owner, furthered these rumours by avoiding inquiries regarding Ten Hag’s future following the game.

Before INEOS decided to move further with Ten Hag, a number of well-known figures were mentioned as potential contenders for the United manager’s position, including Mauricio Pochettino, Thomas Tuchel, Roberto De Zerbi, Gareth Southgate, and Kieran McKenna.

Ten Hag’s current contract expires in June of next year, with an additional year’s extension option. In due course, talks about extending those terms will start.

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Meanwhile…

According to reports, Premier League clubs have approved the introduction of a development plan that will curb spending beginning with the 2025–2026 season.

The spending cap proposals were approved by 16 teams, and their goal is to keep the gap between the Premier League’s lower-half teams and its financial titans from growing.

Nevertheless, a report from BBC Sport claims that three teams vying for European football—Manchester United, Manchester City, and Aston Villa—are thought to have voted against the proposal.

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