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Man Utd tipped to appoint Sean Dyche as successor to Erik ten Hag in astonishing move by Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Man Utd tipped to appoint Sean Dyche as successor to Erik ten Hag in astonishing move by Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Surprisingly, Manchester United has received support for returning to the fundamentals and selecting Sean Dyche to replace Erik ten Hag. According to one observer, the Everton manager has the ability to bring back what has been lost since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure.

Ten Hag is under increasing pressure after leading Old Trafford to an utterly miserable season. The Dutchman won’t get his marching orders until after the FA Cup final, according to The Daily Mail. But even a surprising triumph at Wembley over fierce rivals Manchester City might not be enough to keep Ten Hag in his position.

According to The Mail, a number of Man Utd players already think Ten Hag is out. Additionally, according to Matt Law of The Telegraph, Ten Hag getting fired at the end of the season is currently the most likely outcome.

Several people have been connected to the possible position, including Thomas Tuchel, Graham Potter, and Gareth Southgate.

David Ornstein and our own insiders at TEAMtalk have verified that Tuchel will accept an offer from Man Utd should one be made. In other news, talkSPORT revealed that Hansi Flick, the former manager of Germany, has shown interest in taking over at Old Trafford.

Martin Tyler, a renowned commentator, suggests that Sir Jim Ratcliffe would be better off hiring Sean Dyche and looking more locally.

Tyler’s Man Utd argument for Dyche
“I’ve stated that Manchester United ought to take Sean Dyche into consideration,” Tyler stated on the Joy of Football podcast. “We hear that Manchester United is considering Gareth Southgate.”

“And Sean perhaps as well, since it’s a novel viewpoint and they require some novelty, a new perspective, and a new sense of direction.

And perhaps you could argue that, in reality, what you really need is something a little closer to home if you were seated around a table with all those fresh influences at Manchester United.

David Moyes found it difficult because it is directly on Fergie’s back. It’s an extremely challenging job to follow. And it’s clear that since then, individuals have come and gone without Has Manchester United lost its genetic makeup?

“I think it’s likely that they have, so perhaps someone who grew up in the nation where Manchester United has enjoyed so much success and is so highly regarded, that could be the best course of action. However, you have individuals far above my pay grade.

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Is Dyche really going to play for Manchester United?
Since assuming leadership at Goodison Park, Dyche has performed admirably. Despite a very small transfer budget, the club’s off-field drama surrounding the possible takeover, and a significant points deduction, the 52-year-old has led the team to safety twice.

Additionally, Dyche has received praise for turning the current Everton team into a defensive powerhouse. Real Madrid, Liverpool, and Arsenal are the only teams in the Premier League this season to have given up fewer goals than Everton’s total of 49.

Man Utd, on the other hand, consistently give up more than 20 shots per game and have earned a reputation as being easy to play against.

Because of this, Man Utd have given up an incredible 81 goals in all competitions this season, which is their highest total since the 1976–1977 season (when they also gave up 81 goals).

And yet, one of the biggest surprises in Premier League history would be Dyche taking over at Old Trafford from Ten Hag onward.

Even though Tyler made the case for Dyche, there has been no indication that Man Utd and Ratcliffe, the new co-owner, are giving the Everton manager any thought.

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