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Fabrizio Romano updates on United’s job

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Manchester United are ramping up their search for their next manager, with a view to making an appointment within the coming weeks. According to Fabrizio Romano, Mauricio Pochettino is leading Erik Ten Hag in the race to become the club’s next manager.

As a result of recent underperformances in Europe, Pochettino faces an important few months ahead. As the sack rumours are large because of his Champions League exit.

The final talks between Pochettino and Ten Hag will probably take place soon, and United will make a decision very shortly. According to Fabrizio Romano United are in excellent position. They are looking for a new manager, but now is the time to finalize the process. Ten Hag wants to know details before making a decision.

Eric Ten Hag was attracted to United. He wants to know how much United values him, but timing will play a big role in the recruitment process. During the interview he wanted to understand the budget, the project. And what sort of initiative United plans to launch in the coming years.

Pochettino backed by United players reports Fabrizio Romano

Romano rightly points out, that Mauricio Pochettino has one advantage over Erik ten Hag in the race for the United job. “Mauricio Pochettino’s experience is the key factor giving him the upper hand. The answer from Manchester United is that they will probably still take some time to decide who will be next manager. Club will announce everything very soon.

In spite of having Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, and Neymar in his team. Who were blamed for the Ligue 1 side’s loss, Argentine was unable to bring his contingent past Real Madrid.

Poch’s role will be to guide the United players, who are similar to those of PSG’s star studded lineup. Including Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba, and Bruno Fernandes. After assessing all the candidates. It’s claimed that Richard Arnold has decided that Eric Ten Hag is the best candidate to lead United. However, the players are still expected to back Pochettino.

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