Replace Ten Hag at Manchester United with Ratcliffe, who is eyeing two managers from the English Premier League

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Roberto De Zerbi of Brighton and Thomas Frank of Brentford are two Premier League players whom Manchester United’s new minority owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is considering as potential Erik ten Hag replacements.

According to ESPN, if Ten Hag were to resign as England manager in the summer, Ratcliffe would also think about Gareth Southgate.

We are aware that Ten Hag’s future has not been decided, but we are investigating the qualifications and availability of potential successors.

After purchasing a 27.7 percent interest in the club last month, Ratcliffe’s Ineos business assumed control of Old Trafford’s football operations.

Liverpool, Bayern Munich, and Barcelona will all be seeking new managers this summer, and Ineos is getting a head start.

United have the option to extend Ten Hag’s contract by another year after he joined from Ajax in June 2022. However, the club’s new minority owner, Ratcliffe, has put pressure on Ten Hag to stay, stating last month that United must qualify for the Champions League next season in order to comply with FFP and profit and sustainability regulations.

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