Decision on Erik Ten Hag’s Manchester United future made: report

Erik ten Hag is undoubtedly facing job insecurity as the manager of Manchester United. The Red Devils recently suffered a humiliating 3-1 defeat to derby rivals Manchester City. Currently positioned in 6th place in the Premier League and previously eliminated from European competitions, the team has been underperforming.

Criticism from fans has been harsh, with calls for ten Hag’s dismissal gaining momentum. There are indications that some players share these sentiments, suggesting a loss of support in the dressing room. The club appears to be reaching a pivotal decision regarding ten Hag’s future.

Erik Ten Hag reportedly getting sacked after the season

Several players in the dressing room express skepticism about Erik ten Hag’s continuity into the next season. The prevailing belief within the club is that new co-owners Ineos and Sir Jim Ratcliffe intend to implement significant changes following their minority stake acquisition.

The group has recently initiated various structural alterations, appointing Sir Dave Brailsford as the sporting director, among other changes. There has been an ongoing sense that even the manager might undergo changes at the conclusion of the current season.

With the squad currently in 6th place in the Premier League and performing poorly, as demonstrated in their recent defeat to Manchester City, it appears the owners are dissatisfied with Ten Hag.

However, if Ten Hag can orchestrate a turnaround, securing victories in the FA Cup and maintaining a position in the UEFA Champions League spots, his job could potentially become more secure.

Players reportedly unhappy with Ten Hag’s training demands

There is an even more concerning report from the dressing room that many Manchester United players are unhappy with Erik Ten Hag. There is a report that a certain group of players are very frustrated with the former Ajax man’s training demands and believe that it has caused the massive injury situation at the club.

The reports says that United players are made to run very hard in training, and it may have affected them physically very much. Indeed, the club has reported 47 cases of injuries this season, and has seen key players miss many games. There could be a correlation between this and the reported heavy training demands of Erik Ten Hag.

Erik Ten Hag and Manchester United will now focus on their next game against Everton on Saturday, and the manager will hope for a win to improve his chances of staying.

Fazal Al Bashar

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Fazal is a passionate soccer aficionado, who when not discovering the latest soccer stories and rumors, indulges in playing FIFA all night. While he sucks at the sport, he knows the who and what in all things soccer-related.

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