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Man Utd Considering Exciting Serie A Manager as Ten Hag Replacement

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is reportedly facing an uncertain future at Old Trafford, with Sir Jim Ratcliffe considering sacking the Dutchman. As the rebuild under Ratcliffe begins to take shape, big changes are expected at the club over the summer in an effort to bring the Red Devils back to the top of the Premier League table.

Ten Hag has failed to build on Man Utd’s success last season, with the team currently sitting in a disappointing sixth place in the table.

The pressure has been mounting on the coach for some time, and the recent dramatic 4-3 defeat to Chelsea has only added to his uncertain prospects. With the Red Devils now likely to miss out on qualification for the Champions League, the FA Cup remains their last chance of clinching a trophy this season.

Club chiefs have already started looking at potential replacements for Ten Hag, and a new name has emerged on Ratcliffe’s radar.

According to Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla, Man Utd have identified Bologna manager Thiago Motta as a potential replacement. Motta, a former Italy midfielder, has enjoyed great success with Bologna, who currently sit in fourth place in Serie A.

Guiding them to a top-four finish would be a significant achievement for Motta, as Bologna haven’t qualified for the Champions League since 1964.

While Juventus is reportedly determined to bring in Motta, Man Utd is also interested in the 41-year-old coach.

Other managerial candidates on the club’s radar include England boss Gareth Southgate, former Chelsea and Brighton boss Graham Potter, and Liverpool target Ruben Amorim. Motta’s addition would certainly be an interesting one, as he is considered one of the best young coaches in Europe.

It remains to be seen if Man Utd will make a concrete move for Motta in the coming months as they carry on through a crucial period of rebuilding and restructuring.

This article was updated 2 months ago



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