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Breaking News: Senior Ineos officials have now picked their top target to replace Erik ten Hag at Manchester United

Breaking News: Senior Ineos officials have now picked their top target to replace Erik ten Hag at Manchester United

On Tuesday night, Manchester United supporters witnessed two former players advance to the Champions League final, just a day after the team’s 4-0 loss at Crystal Palace.

Borussia Dortmund’s victory over Paris Saint-Germain gave United’s season just the extra kick in the stomach it needed.

Dortmund advances to the Champions League final with a 2-0 aggregate score thanks to their 1-0 victory in Paris.

Starting in midfield, Marcel Sabitzer—whose loan at United ended rather quietly last summer—watched as Jadon Sancho carried on with his comeback.

It has been that kind of season for United, as Sancho, who spent the first half of the season as an outsider, is now in the Champions League.

After a 2-2 draw in the first leg, Bayern Munich travels to the Spanish capital to play Real Madrid in the other semifinal match.

The Champions League will not be available to United for the upcoming season, but Ineos will be closely watching that match at Santiago Bernabeu.

Breaking News: Senior Ineos officials have now picked their top target to replace Erik ten Hag at Manchester United

After Manchester United’s crushing 4-0 loss at Crystal Palace on Monday, Thomas Tuchel was fired. This increased pressure on Erik ten Hag has led to an increasing number of rumors about a possible managerial change at Old Trafford.

Even with an unprecedented defensive injury crisis, Ineos will not tolerate such losses, and Ten Hag is truly fighting for his future at United.

According to iNews, Thomas Tuchel is starting to gain ground on Ten Hag as the favorite to take his place this summer.

In an attempt to make it to the Champions League final three times in the previous five seasons, Tuchel leads his Bayern team into battle against Real tonight.

That is an incredible record, and even though Tuchel’s tenure at Bayern hasn’t gone as planned—he missed out on winning the Bundesliga—his accomplishments in Europe cannot be discounted.

Senior Ineos officials reportedly see Tuchel as the “front-runner” to succeed Ten Hag as United’s manager in the event that Ten Hag is fired.

The “frontrunner” for United, Tuchel is believed to be eager to return to England after being fired by Chelsea in 2022.

Tuchel’s departure from Bayern is already confirmed for this summer, which might give Ineos the opportunity to try and set up a move. However, that might not become clear until Bayern’s Champions League fate is confirmed.

Tuchel will be highly appealing to Ineos because of his prior Premier League experience as well as his many years of coaching at the highest levels of the European game.

Though it’s unclear if Ineos truly intends to move on from Ten Hag, the German is well-known and appears to be considered a front-runner.

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Ruben Amorim is still involved.
According to the report, Ruben Amorim, the manager of Sporting, might still be in the running.

Amorim was previously mentioned for the United position, but it appears that he has ruled himself out as of late.

Amorim declared, “I’m staying at Sporting.” “I have a contract, and this is a unique time for the club and me. We will now work together to try and win the third title. “Let us endeavor to achieve it,” he continued.

Although it appeared as though Amorim was pledging his future to Sporting, iNews says that we should proceed cautiously after reading those remarks.

According to a Portuguese source, Amorim is allegedly attempting to mend his relationship with irate Sporting fans after he traveled for negotiations with West Ham United.

Although it might seem that United’s move for Amorim is too big for him to reject, his remarks suggest that he could stay longer if no offer is made.

It’s exciting to see Amorim, who is regarded as one of the best young managers in the game, win a second league title as Sporting’s manager.

Although the 39-year-old appears to be behind Tuchel in the Ineos plans, it is still important to keep a watch on him in case Sporting is able to entice him to leave.

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