HOT: The British newspaper confirmed that MU was about to appoint Erik Ten Hag, revealing the number 1 assistant
The British press confirmed that MU is about to complete the appointment of Erik Ten Hag to sit in the position of coach at the end of the season.
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A few hours ago, two journalists Mark Ogden and Rob Dawson of ESPN UK confirmed that MU has decided to appoint Erik Ten Hag as the new coach to succeed Ralf Rangnick. The Dutch strategist will leave Ajax and move to lead the home team Old Trafford at the end of the season.
ESPN confirms MU is about to appoint Erik Ten Hag
Ten Hag, who was interviewed by the MU leadership last month, was on the shortlist of four candidates to sit in the hot seat at Old Trafford, along with PSG’s Mauricio Pochettino, Spain coach Luis Enrique and Julen Lopetegui of Seville.
Director of football John Murtough and technical director Darren Fletcher are the two people responsible for finding candidates. Meanwhile, chief executive officer Richard Arnold and chairman Joel Glazer made the final decision. Although some members at MU seem to prefer Pochettino, sources told ESPN, Arnold and Glazer unanimously chose Ten Hag.
ESPN further revealed that Rene Meulensteen, assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson from 2007 to 2013, is one of the candidates being considered as “right-hand man” for Ten Hag. MU’s scouting department has also been asked to complete a shortlist of summer transfer targets in each position to send back to Ten Hag. However, the MU leadership also allowed the Dutch strategist to propose his own goals.
Coach Ten Hag used to help Ajax win 2 Dutch national championships and come to Champions League semi-finals 2019. However, the fact that the Tulip country team just lost to Benfica 0-1 in the second leg Champions League round of 16 right at the Johan Cruyff Arena and was eliminated, causing many people to question the ability and bravery of the bald strategist Ten Hag in the big arenas.
An advantage for MU is that in the event they choose Ten Hag to succeed Rangnick, the “Red Devils” will only have to spend £ 1.7 million to release the Dutch strategist’s current contract with Ajax.
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