The Red Devils have been linked to Mauricio Pochettino for the last few months, but there’s a new favourite in town: Ajax manager Erik ten Hag. Should United turn their attention to this Dutch boss?

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Manchester United players react after their 1-1 draw with LeicesterUnited are in sixth position in the Premier League, three points behind Arsenal, who have two games in hand.

They’re prepared for what’s to come at Manchester United.

After another setback to their chances of qualifying for next season’s Champions League with a poor – both in terms of outcome and performance – Old Trafford match against Leicester, talk around the club will be of a season unraveling.

After getting rid of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November, Ralf Rangnick’s presence hasn’t made much of a difference. The Germans have won nine out of twenty-one games (42.85%), which is somewhat better than the Norwegians’ seven out of seventeen (41.18 percent ).

However, it is insufficient. United now needs 14 points from their next eight games to improve on the 64 points they earned during David Moyes’ disastrous 2013-14 season, which was their worst in three decades.

Inevitably, attention will shift to who will lead the team in the summer to attempt to repair the damage caused by a disastrous season.

Is there a choice between the two?

Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten HaagMauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Haag both have question marks over their heads.

Manchester United wants to reassure fans that their managerial search is not restricted to just two candidates, Erik ten Hag and Mauricio Pochettino.

When it comes to who else may be in the picture, though, there is no disagreement among those at Old Trafford.

Luis Enrique has committed to coaching Spain at the World Cup, which means he will be unavailable until the end of December, if not longer, due to the intense nature of the competition. The concept of pulling Thomas Tuchel away from Stamford Bridge is fading now that the situation at Chelsea has stabilized to some level and the hunt for a new owner seems to be focused on finding someone dedicated to maintaining the Blues at the top.

United admires both individuals, but insiders say it would be “tough” to attract them.

Julen Lopetegui of Sevilla would be an improbable pick, while Brendan Rodgers would be a difficult sell to United supporters given his Liverpool background and a disappointing season at Leicester.

Which takes us back to Ten Hag and Pochettino, who would both arrive at Old Trafford with a cloud of uncertainty hovering over them.

Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the chairman of Paris Saint-Germain, and Edwin van der Sar, the CEO of Ajax, are both members of the European Clubs’ Association’s board of directors. This week, the ECA gathered in Vienna. When the two chatted informally, Manchester United’s managerial search came up, although neither knew which route the Premier League club would go.

Managing United is clearly a struggle right now, but that, according to Sport, is part of the appeal for someone looking to demonstrate their ability at the top level.

Pochettino’s fans at Old Trafford extend back to his tenure at Tottenham Hotspur.

However, there are still worries about the Argentine, especially that he doesn’t win when it counts. After all, he failed to win the championship at PSG last season, and the French club’s elimination from the Champions League in the last-16 stage this season is seen as not good enough considering the club’s massive investment in the team.

Pochettino’s position is likely to be terminated at the conclusion of the season, and football director Leonardo’s position is also in jeopardy as PSG prepares for a dramatic makeover.

Ten Hag’s prominence stems mostly from Ajax’s journey to the Champions League semi-finals in 2019, when he was denied a spot in the final by Pochettino’s Spurs.

The 52-year-old is considered a rising instructor.

However, the rigors of an English season, with its never-ending mix of an arduous fixture calendar and tough games piling up week after week, are foreign territory.

Before Ten Hag, Ajax had two managers: Peter Bosz and Frank de Boer. They didn’t even make it to the conclusion of the year in their first seasons at Borussia Dortmund and Inter Milan, much alone the end of their debut seasons, after leaving Amsterdam.

‘They’re not the front-runners for fourth place.’

Ralf Rangnick anticipates a 1-1 draw between Manchester United and Leicester City. The Foxes were ‘decent.’

United are currently three points behind Arsenal in fourth place, despite having played two more games.

With Wolves and West Ham on on their heels and Crystal Palace still in the FA Cup, a spot in the dreaded Europa Conference League play-off round in August isn’t totally out of the question.

“I’m not a fortune teller,” Rangnick said. “Next season, I’m not sure where Manchester United will be.”

“It is my responsibility to end the season on a strong note.” That does not imply that you will finish fourth. Obviously, today’s outcome has not improved the situation.

“Looking at the table every weekend and speculating on what may happen isn’t helpful. We are certainly not the front-runners for fourth place right now.”

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