Ten Hag's stay at United won't depend on Ratcliffe

For a long time, there have been rumors that Manchester United coach Erik ten Hag could leave the club at the end of the season.

His departure has been linked to the arrival of the new co-owner, Ratcliffe, but evidently, he won’t have a say in it.

The “Daily Mail” reports that Ratcliffe has trust in the new executive director, Omar Berada, who will take on the role once he leaves Manchester City. Besides him, Ten Hag’s departure could also be influenced by Ratcliffe’s associate Dave Brailsford. Additionally, United is trying to bring in Dan Ashworth from Newcastle as the new sporting director.

As possible successors to Ten Hag, Roberto de Zerbi and Graham Potter have been mentioned, and there have also been rumors about England manager Gareth Southgate, who has denied those claims.

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