Manchester United have reportedly reached an agreement with the Ajax and Dutch boss Erik ten Hag, to become a permanent replacement as the Red Devil’s new manager.
Manchester United who have not being able to lift the EPL title since Sir Alex Ferguson resigned, have been on the market for a new coach / manager who will take up the mantle that the Good Sir left behind.
The club has lifted a certain trophies with Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho, David Moyes, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who failed to win any major trophy in his 3 years time at the Old Trafford before he was sacked in November 2022.
In a new development, the Ajax and Dutch boss is said to have signed four years deal, with the Red Devils, which thathe will be a permanent successor to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and will be taking over from Ralf Rangnick who has since presided over first-team affairs
Once Erik ten Hag takes over, likely at the end of this season, which has 7matches to go, Ralf Rangnick will move into a two-year consultancy role at Manchester United.
The agreement with the 52-year-old Ajax and Dutch boss, caught a breakthrough after he laid out his long-term plan for Manchester United, including having the final say on transfers and transforming their style of play.