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Ten Hag likely to remain Man Utd boss

Updated on: 13 June,2024 06:49 AM IST  |  Manchester
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But the build-up to the match at Wembley was dominated by talk over Ten Hag’s future after a report said he would be sacked by United’s new co-owner Jim Ratcliffe regardless of the result. 

Ten Hag likely to remain Man Utd boss

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Erik ten Hag is set to remain as manager of Manchester United following a post-season performance review by club chiefs, British media reports said Tuesday. 


The BBC said United were understood to be talking to the Dutchman about extending his contract at Old Trafford, which is about to enter its final season. A poor second campaign for Ten Hag ended on a high note as he led United to a shock 2-1 victory in the FA Cup final against rivals Manchester City.



But the build-up to the match at Wembley was dominated by talk over Ten Hag’s future after a report said he would be sacked by United’s new co-owner Jim Ratcliffe regardless of the result. 


United finished eighth in the Premier League—their lowest placing since 1990—and crashed out of the Champions League at the group stage. After the FA Cup final, Ten Hag, 54, admitted he did not know what the future held for him.

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