Manchester United pushed to appoints Dutch Football manager, Erik Ten as new coach

Chris Sutton, a former Chelsea striker, has advised Manchester United to appoint Ajax manager Erik ten Hag as their next permanent manager.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was fired as Manchester United manager on Sunday morning, leaving the club in search of a new manager.

Since then, Michael Carrick has been in charge at Old Trafford until an interim manager is appointed.

PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino, Real Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane, Ajax’s Ten Hag, and Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers are among the candidates to replace Solskjaer.

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And Sutton believes the 51-year-old Dutchman would be a better handler of United.

It’s strange that United has appointed an interim while they look for one.” It’s unprofessional. “It screams half-hearted action,” he said to the Daily Mail.

“Where is the drive?” Where has the permanent manager gone? Why put it off?

“They’ve succumbed to fan pressure without a plan.” They appear to like Mauricio Pochettino, and Pochettino appears to like them. If that’s the case, go get him right away.

“If I were a member of the United board of directors, I’d vote for Erik ten Hag.” Who hasn’t been wowed by Ajax under his leadership?

His contract expires in 2023, so compensation would be reasonable, and United would be negotiating with a familiar face – Ajax CEO Edwin van der Sar.” Donny van de Beek would be overjoyed with that appointment, I’m sure!

“Due to United’s dithering, they missed out on Antonio Conte.” His influence at Tottenham is already being felt.

“United require a top-tier coach, someone with clout who can sort them out – not just for next season.”

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