Ten Hag SACK? Jim Ratcliffe Assurance Made KNOWN!

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Erik Ten Hag is one man who can’t shake off claims of being sacked despite Jim Ratcliffe’s involvement, MySportDab reports.

The Manchester United manager has had it fair when it comes to recent performances which have placed them much higher on the table.

Meanwhile, things have hit bottom again as Erik Ten Hag failed to deliver during the match against Manchester City which they started well but lost badly.

The news of his sack has once again gone viral and many rumors making headlines concerning what is being said today.

Jim Ratcliffe’s takeover is expected to give a massive boost to the club but it remains uncertain if Erik Ten Hag will be the man to carry on as manager.

There are expected to make a lot of changes which were already taking place from those controlling things behind the scene at Old Trafford.

There are ongoing talks to appoint a new director which will be taking over immediately at Old Trafford once it becomes official.

Erik Ten Hag job is under certainty for now according to reports reaching us from Transfer News Live.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Erik ten Hag has been given no formal guarantee by Sir Jim Ratcliffe or his team that he will be in charge next season.

There was an early reports claiming some senior are not happy with the manager due to his training and some other reasons.

However nothing was confirmed by the players who are focused on doing their job despite falling short in their recent games.

Some exciting names have been drawn up as possible replacement which also include Zidane who remain a free agent.

Erik Ten Hag job have no assurance as there are expected to judge his performance when the season comes to an end before making any decisions.

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