Manchester United’s pursuit of Ajax manager Erik ten Hag has received a boost from Fabrizio Romano.
THE DETAILS: UNITED IS CLOSING IN…
After ‘positive’ talks last month, the Red Devils appear to be closing in on bringing Ten Hag to Old Trafford.
Sky Sports reported on Wednesday evening that the Red Devils are close to completing a deal for Ten Hag, who has also been in contact with Mauricio Pochettino.
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According to the report, sources close to the Dutchman’s camp have shared information about a compensation package and how Ten Hag will be announced after impressing United executives in an interview.
THE MOST RECENT: ROMANO’S MAJOR UPDATE
Romano has now provided a significant update on Ten Hag’s move to England, which he shared on Twitter on Thursday morning.
In ‘private conversations,’ he insisted, interim manager Ralf Rangnick had given his approval to a move for the 52-year-old.
“While Man United sources claim that no final agreement has yet been reached with any manager, Rangnick has approved Erik ten Hag in private conversations.”
“Rangnick isn’t involved in any negotiations; it’s up to the club to
THE CONCLUSION: GOOD NEWS…
Despite United’s insistence that no managerial appointment is imminent, it appears that Ten Hag will be the man to take over ahead of the 2022/23 season.
It’s easy to see why United bosses are interested in Ten Hag, who has averaged 2.36 points per game with Ajax since 2017. After losing several key players following their run to the Champions League semi-finals in 2019, he has successfully rebuilt the Dutch giants, winning the double last season.
talk to ten Hag about the details of the project.”