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Manchester United’s Erik ten Hag Rejects Vote of Confidence Offered by Jim Ratcliffe



Manchester United’s Erik ten Hag Rejects Vote of Confidence Offered by Jim Ratcliffe

Erik ten Hag, has made it clear that he doesn’t seek a public vote of confidence from Jim Ratcliffe, amid growing speculation about his future as Manchester United’s manager. Ratcliffe, who recently acquired a 25 percent stake in the club from the Glazer family, holds control over United’s football operations and is currently conducting a thorough review of Ten Hag’s two-season tenure.

Reports have surfaced suggesting that former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is being considered as a potential replacement for the Dutchman at Old Trafford. Despite leading United to a League Cup victory last season, ending a six-year trophy drought, Ten Hag has faced challenges in maintaining that initial positive momentum.

United’s recent 2-1 home defeat against Fulham dealt another blow to their hopes of securing a top-four finish in the Premier League, intensifying pressure on Ten Hag. Their last remaining chance of silverware this season lies in the FA Cup fifth round clash against Nottingham Forest on Wednesday.

However, Ten Hag remains resolute and uninterested in public affirmations of support from Ratcliffe. He emphasized his focus on the ongoing process and his belief in the discussions he’s had with Ratcliffe and Sir Dave Brailsford.

“I’m here, I’m under contract for three seasons, so I don’t care. I’m only focusing on the process so I don’t care what’s going around me,” Ten Hag stated, emphasizing his commitment to the team and finding solutions for their performance challenges.

He stressed the importance of not getting distracted by external noise and reiterated his discussions about the future with Ratcliffe and Brailsford, expressing confidence in their shared vision moving forward.

Source: ghmediahub