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Alejandro Garnacho’s brother makes Erik ten Hag feelings clear after Piers Morgan dig

Alejandro Garnacho's brother makes Erik ten Hag feelings clear after Piers Morgan dig

Alejandro Garnacho has continued to blossom under Erik ten Hag (Image: Getty Images)

After a review following their disappointing season, Manchester United decided to stay with Erik ten Hag, and Alejandro Garnacho’s brother supported the hierarchy’s choice.

Roberto Garnacho, the brother of Alejandro Garnacho, is overjoyed that Erik ten Hag will continue to lead Manchester United.

After an end-of-season evaluation, the Dutchman will remain at Old Trafford after the club’s executives decided to retain the former Ajax coach. After a disappointing Premier League season, there were questions about his job, but his win in the FA Cup final kept him in the position.

A number of underwhelming players have hurt Ten Hag, but Garnacho is one of the few who has kept getting better. The young player, who has benefited from his manager’s support, scored last month at Wembley to assist the red half of Manchester win some hardware.

Garnacho’s club accomplishments have given him international recognition, and his brother has supported Ten Hag’s choice. On social media, he said, “TEN HAG I LOVE YOU.”

The former Ajax manager has already defended the team’s terrible season. He has frequently pointed to United’s long injury list as a major reason why they occasionally lack choices, especially in defence where their resources were severely stretched. It also took some time for their summer acquisitions to adjust to life in the top division.

When sticking by Ten Hag, Sir Jim Ratcliffe and company took it into consideration. That didn’t stop them from discussing and figuring out potential solutions. After leaving Bayern Munich, Thomas Tuchel had a conversation with the administration but ruled himself out.

Even after leaving Chelsea, Mauricio Pochettino was connected to the position in the past but was not given the opportunity. Before deciding to maintain the status quo following the assessment, United had explored a number of options, including Thomas Frank and Roberto De Zerbi.

Alejandro Garnacho's brother makes Erik ten Hag feelings clear after Piers Morgan dig

Man Utd have chosen to stick by their manager ( Image: Getty Images)

However, Piers Morgan quickly made fun of the United decision. He tweeted, “Brilliant!,” along with three laughing and three clapping emojis in response to the news on social media.

With an impending makeover, the Red Devils are now prepared to move forward with their summer transfer business. Ratcliffe and company are open to bids for the great majority of their team; just a small number of players will not be sold for any amount of money. It is believed that Garnacho, Kobbie Mainoo, and Rasmus Hojlund are the only young stars who are exempt.

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