Football News: Ajax manager Erik Ten Hag agrees to become Manchester United new manager

Manchester United have reached an agreement in principle with Erik ten Hag to become their new manager.

Erik ten Hag said to have agreed on a deal which last long for 4 years, with the Man Utd finally finding a prominent successor since Solskjaer was sacked in November. Current Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick has agreed to join a two-year consultancy role at the end of the season.

There were others names along with Ten Hag in the race for Manchester United’s job likes of PSG’s manager Pochettino. The last time Manchester United have seen success was under Sir Alex Ferguson. Who took the theatre of dreams to the new heights of success and won 38 Trophies with Utd.

Now it will be the ajax boss task to bring back glory days for United, with Rangnick will manage the team from the upstairs.

The interim boss has remained tight-lipped on talk of Ten Hag succeeding him, telling a new conference last week: “From what I know, all the managers the club has so far spoken to are top managers, top coaches. If this includes Erik ten Hag, it is also true with him. That is all I can say at this stage.”

Meanwhile, ex-Red Devils captain Gary Neville recently warned Ten Hag over taking the job on his Sky Sports podcast. Neville stated: “If you’re Ralf Rangnick reporting in to ten Hag and answering him honestly, which I suspect he will be, and if you’re [Donny] van de Beek answering him honestly, which I suspect he will be, and we know Edwin van der Sar is over there [at Ajax] who will be speaking to ten Hag honestly.