ERIK TEN HAG: Two reasons why Manchester United haven’t officially announced him as their new head coach.
The report of Manchester United appointing Ralf Rangnick as their new head coach has been trending in media spaces around Europe.
The English Premier League giants Manchester United have contacted Erik Ten Hag in order to be their new manager for the upcoming season.
According to various reports from Manchester, The Manchester based club have accepted personal terms with him and he is expected to sign a four years contract with a further extensions.
In December, The Red Devil’s sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after a terrible results across all competitions this season but the appointment of Ralf Ragnick hasn’t worked either for team as they may not qualify for the UEFA Champions League next season.
Let’s take a look at two reasons why Manchester United haven’t officially announced Erik Ten Hag as their new head coach;
1. UNDER-CONTRACT AT AJAX AMSTERDAM: The current Ajax Amsterdam head coach Erik Ten Hag is still under one year contact with his team. According to various reports, Manchester United didn’t want to announce Erik Ten Hag because he is still under contract with another major club.
2. DISAGREEMENT ON SIGNING-UP FEE: The English Premier League giants haven’t agreed on the signing-up fee to be paid to Ajax Amsterdam. The Red Devil’s are mandated to pay a signing-up fee because their manager is still under contract at the club.