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The real reason why Man Utd opted against appointing Mauricio Pochettino revealed in new ‘leak’

Erik ten Hag is expected to stay on as Manchester United’s manager.

Manchester United’s decision to stick with Erik ten Hag instead of hiring Mauricio Pochettino has been made public.

Ten Hag’s future has been completely clouded ever since the 23/24 season concluded.

The Red Devils had a difficult season, but they were able to cap it off with an FA Cup victory at Wembley after defeating Manchester City 2-1.

It was reported earlier this week that United had chosen to keep Ten Hag as manager following their end-of-season evaluation.

It was previously believed that Thomas Frank, Kieran McKenna, Roberto De Zerbi, Marco Silva, Thomas Tuchel, and Pochettino were among the candidates Manchester United was examining.

The Daily Mail revealed that United decided against hiring Pochettino during negotiations that coincided with his departure from Chelsea.

According to the report, “it was believed that they would be better off taking a break and doing a Tuchel since they had hardly stopped spinning in the washing machine.”

“It’s understood that complicating matters was the possibility of negotiating with Chelsea over compensation owed under the terms of his departure from Stamford Bridge.”

Ten Hag stated, “We have a strong first-team squad there with players that can present themselves to the fans,” in reference to the upcoming preseason, which is scheduled to begin in July. particularly to us. They are capable of contributing to our squad in the upcoming season.

“A combination of veteran and youthful players will be present. The team will strive to assemble a good team, but naturally, players who excel in the Copa America and the Euros will not be included. The purpose of the pre-season is to get ready for the season, so we need to focus on that.

 

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