Erik Ten Hag SACK! 4-Man Shortlist Drawn Over Poor RESULTS

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Erik Ten Hag job isn’t looking safe at the moment with a 4-man list already made up over a possible change in manager, MySportDab reports.

The Manchester United boss isn’t having it good right now with those at Old Trafford growing impatient already of how the results have been bad.

Erik Ten Hag job could be on the line with a takeover pending official announcement by Manchester United who are taking their time to make it happen.

The future of the Netherlands coach remain under scrutiny with the pending new part owner still waiting to get approval of their 25 percent bid made months ago.

Jim Ratcliffe have been talking tough and already plaining on potential changes which have been taking place at Old Trafford with some top names already leaving.

Manchester United early exit from the Champions League have fueled in more doubt over the possibility of Ten Hag remaining as the coach for a long time.

The current situation remain quiet for now as those still running the show patient of seeing a turnaround happen in due time.

According to reports reaching us from Transfer News Live, they confirmed Erik Ten Hag job could be on the line over performance which isn’t going so well for now.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Erik Ten Hag’s Manchester United future is on the line if he cannot arrest their slump this season, with Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS waiting in the wings to make a potential change.

Meanwhile a 3-Man short list have been making headline as possible replacement if Erik Ten Hag get sacked anytime soon as manager.

Graham Potter, Zidane, Roberto De Zerbi and Julen Lopetegui are all drawn up for possible appointment if things continue to look bad at Old Trafford.

Erik Ten Hag job for now is safe but things could change if nothing improve as Jim Ratcliffe takeover could come in and ensure everything is being turned around with a new coach.

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