Erik ten Hag has stated that he has “no ideas on the future” after being linked with Manchester United.
In November, Ralf Rangnick was named as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s interim successor, and the German will take over as permanent manager at the end of the season. Ten Hag is a candidate for the post of permanent manager at Manchester United.
Ten Hag has been the driving force behind Ajax’s recent Champions League revival. The 52-year-old has won trophies with the Dutch giants, but he has yet to face competition at a higher level than the Eredivisie.
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However, the manner in which Ten Hag has Ajax playing football in the Champions League has made him a major candidate for the United post, and speculations linking him with a move to Old Trafford are now significantly intensifying. Ten Hag was questioned about similar rumors this week, and he didn’t reveal anything.
“At the moment, I am simply working with Ajax and have no plans for the future.” “According to Trouw, Ten Hag stated. “The emphasis is on this season. I shouldn’t be the theme right now. “How are we going to win games?” is the theme.