WarnᎥng: Erik ten Hag may face sacked by new owners’s Man United

The manager of Manchester United, Erik ten Hag, expressed concern that new owners may fire him in the event of a takeover.

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The head of the Manchester United Supporters Trust believes that the way Chelsea sells its players should become the standard.

Concerns have been raised about the future of Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag in light of recent takeover rumors involving the Red Devils. The club’s current owners, the Glazers, have issued a statement confirming that they are looking into the possibility of a full sa/le. This has prompted interest from multiple parties, and the Glazers may decide to sell the club as a result.

Ineos owner and one of Britain’s richest men Jim Ratcliffe has been linked with a potential bid, and Apple and Zara chief Amancio Ortega are reportedly interested in what could end up being a £6 bᎥllᎥon sa/le, which would set a new world record for a football club. The short time that Dutch coach Ten Hag has spent at Old Trafford has been impressive. He has handled several difficult situations, including the discontent of Cristiano Ronaldo, which resulted in the Portuguese striker having his contract mutually terminated.

The Red Devils are currently in fifth place in the Premier League table, but former United midfielder Paul Parker has cautioned Ten Hag that a potential new owner may want to hire a different head coach for the team. “The thing that has me the most worried is that the new owners might want to bring in their own manager, and if that happens, Man United will have to start from scratch again,” Parker said to Futbin. “That’s the thing that has me the most worried.”

“Glazers’ time at Man United has been filled with a lot of exciting moments. When Sir Alex Ferguson left, nobody had any idea how badly things were going to turn out in the end. Glazers has been an absolute nightmare to live through, especially after Robin Van Persie and Sir Alex Ferguson left the team. The return of American ownership would be the absolute worst thing that could happen to the club. We have already seen that having them in the club has not been beneficial, and we also saw that the same thing happened in Liverpool.

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Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has been warned over his future. (Image: GETTY)

“Americans don’t seem to work out in England and they are always struggling financially or infrastructure-wise. But football fans don’t really care where the owners are from in general. As long as they are running the club properly, that’s all that matters.”

United co-owner Avram Glazer was confronted ahead of a potential sa/le of the club. “As we announced yesterday, the board went through a process and decided that it’s going to look at different strategic alternatives,” Glazer told Sky News. “That’s what we’re doing. We’ll see where it leads us.

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