Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, is facing increasing scrutiny and pressure after a series of disappointing performances.
Despite a successful first season with the club, expectations have risen due to a significant summer spending spree.
However, United has started the season poorly, losing three out of their first five matches, their worst start since 1989.
The recent loss to Brighton at Old Trafford has intensified the debate surrounding Ten Hag’s position.
With upcoming matches against Bayern Munich and Burnley, Ten Hag needs to deliver good performances and results to alleviate the mounting pressure.
Pundit Chris Sutton believes that while the situation is not yet a crisis, Ten Hag must quickly find a solution to the team’s struggles.
Off-field issues, including disciplinary problems with players like Mason Greenwood, Antony, and Jadon Sancho, have added to Ten Hag’s challenges.
Sutton suggests that managing the egos at United is proving difficult for the manager.
Despite the current difficulties, Ten Hag still has the opportunity to turn things around and prove himself at Old Trafford.
This article was updated 1 month ago