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Will Manchester United Pay £9 Million to Dismiss Erik ten Hag?

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After the FA Cup final, Manchester United plans to sever Erik ten Hag’s contract, a move that will cost the team a substantial £9 million in compensation.

After United’s worst ever Premier League finish of the season, new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe has determined to make a managerial change that is required regardless of the outcome of the final which will see United play Manchester City at Wembley.

Kieran McKenna, Thomas Tuchel, Mauricio Pochettino, Thomas Frank and Graham Potter are among Ten Hag’s possible replacements ,according to The Guardian.

As a result of his early departure Ten Hag who is under contract until 2025 will be compensated. Prioritizing the FA Cup final match, Ten Hag expressed hope for the club’s future.

Erik ten Hag

He also stated, “I have nothing much to say about the rumors”, when questioned about his possible departure.” “My priorities are to win the FA cup on Saturday and carry the team forward. Positive changes have been observed with the entry of new players and we have a fantastic opportunity in this final”. Ten Hag emphasized the value of post-season assessments in helping the team get better.

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“We evaluate and chart our progress at the conclusion of every season. There’s always room for improvement” he said. Ten Hag reflected on his objectives and reaffirmed his dedication to taking home awards. “My goal in joining this club was to win awards.”

“On Saturday we have another opportunity. The club hasn’t taken home many trophies in the past ten years but we now have a chance to win two in the next two years” he added.

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Ten Hag is optimistic about the forthcoming final despite suffering two defeats to Manchester City earlier in the season. Up until a dubious VAR decision changed the result, “we were competitive at Old Trafford” he remembered.

“We played well for the first 70 minutes at the Etihad and had opportunities to lead but our bench was thin. We’ll have a more capable squad at our disposal this time.” The upcoming managerial transition underscores the intense pressure and high expectations at United, as the team prepares for the FA Cup final.

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