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Next Man Utd Manager: Ten Hag odds-on to leave and Pochettino fav to take over

  • Max Liu
  • 3:00 min read
Man Utd manager Erik ten Hag
Ten Hag is 4/7 to leave Man Utd this summer

Erik ten Hag is odds-on to leave Manchester United after reports that Jim Ratcliffe has been talking to potential replacements since the FA Cup final...

  • 4/71.57 Ten Hag to leave United this summer

  • 7/24.50 Tuchel met Ratcliffe last week, according to reports

  • 10/4 Pochettino favourite for Old Trafford job


Erik ten Hag is 4/71.57 to leave Manchester United this summer following reports that Jim Ratcliffe discussed the manager's role with Thomas Tuchel last week.

The news will come as a blow to the Dutchman who has been waiting to hear his fate since masterminding United's FA Cup final win over Manchester City over a fortnight ago.

Ratcliffe, who is head of United's football operations after his part-takeover of the club, is leading a summer review of where the club went wrong last season when finishing eighth in the Premier League.

According to a report in the Guardian, Tuchel 7/24.50 ruled himself out of the running to be United's next manager after meeting Ratcliffe.


Pochettino favourite to be next Man Utd manager

Mauricio Pochettino 10/34.33 is the favourite to get the job. He left Chelsea at the end of the season after steering them to a sixth-place finish in the Premier League.

Two years ago, United decided to give the manager's job to Ten Hag instead of Pochettino, albeit before Ratcliffe's arrival at Old Trafford.

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The Argentinian has long been linked with the manager's job at United and has the admirtaion of Sir Alex Ferguson.

Chelsea endured a topsy-turvy season under Pochettino but, by the end of the campaign, he had honed a bloated squad into one that looked capable of kicking on next term after a strong finish

Gareth Southgate was linked with the United job again last week. The England manager is 4/15.00 as he prepares for the start of England's Euro 2024 campaign this Sunday.

Roberto De Zerbi is 5/16.00 after leaving Brighton at the end of the season, while Kieran McKenna is 7/18.00 despite just signing a new contract with Ipswich.


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