Manchester United has officially reached an agreement with Erik Ten Hag to take over next season, MySportDab reports.
The current Ajax manager will now be taking over things at Old Trafford ahead of next season which will see Ralf Rangnick step down from the position.
Manchester United will be making the necessary moves to make the Erik Ten Hag’s contract public after an agreement is reached between both parties.
The Red Devils have been going back and front with negotiations with the manager who was holding off due to him wanting to confirm if the club will allow him full access to any movements.
Things have now been resolved as an agreement is now on the table which will also help in assuring the players of a new man coming in to take over next season.
There has been unrest within the dressing room as many reports making headlines claimed the players are divided due to the managerial situation on the ground as nothing has been confirmed.
The latest development could help raise the spirit of the players who will be looking to up their game in making sure the incoming manager allows them to play regularly.
Erik Ten Hag personal agreement has been reached which leaves Manchester United to take the next step of concluding talks with Ajax who have to be paid before any move can happen.
It is claimed that the contract is a four years deal that will see him take over the job once the season comes to an end as Ralf Rangnick’s deal expires end of the campaign.
According to David Ornstein, an agreement has been reached between Manchester United and Erik Ten Hag today.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Man Utd reach verbal agreement in principle with Erik Ten Hag to become next permanent manager.
“MUFC will need agreement with Ajax (who are aware) & to finalise contract (up to 4yrs).
“No announcement til after Dutch Cup final @TheAthleticUK
This news will be well welcomed by the Manchester United players who are now assured of who is taking over from Ralf Rangnick.