Sat 18 March 2023 | 16:58

Man Utd plan to give Ten Hag a new contract regardless of takeover

Manchester United are reportedly planning to offer Erik ten Hag a new contract, irrespective of the outcome of the club's potential multi-billion takeover

Despite the uncertainty surrounding

Manchester United

's ownership, the club will offer a new contract to Erik ten Hag, regardless of the outcome of the negotiations for the multi-billion takeover, as all parties involved support the decision.

Ten Hag has been widely praised for his impressive achievements in his debut season at Manchester United. Under his leadership, the team won their first trophy in six years, the Carabao Cup, in February. They are currently in the running for the FA Cup and the Europa League, and are solidly in third place in the Premier League.

Manchester United is being pursued by potential buyers, with British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe and representatives of Qatar's Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani both having met with the club's leadership to discuss the next steps in the process.

The Daily Mirror reports that both parties believe that Erik ten Hag is the right person to bring back the club's former glory and are willing to extend the three-year contract he signed in 2022.

Manchester United will aim to secure their second semi-final of the season as they face Fulham in the FA Cup on Sunday, before heading into a two-week international break.

Meanwhile, bidders, including Sir Jim Ratcliffe and representatives of Qatar’s Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani, will persist in their efforts to purchase the club, as the Glazer family hopes to finalize a deal before the summer transfer window.



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