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Deal Done: 48-year-old manager Pep Guardiola called ‘outstanding’ could now replace Erik ten Hag at Man United

Amidst Manchester United’s struggles, Graham Potter has emerged as a potential candidate to replace the under-pressure Erik ten Hag.

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The Red Devils recently faced a Champions League exit and have endured a challenging Premier League campaign.

Erik ten Hag, the current manager of Manchester United, is facing increasing scrutiny due to the team’s unfavorable performance this season, marked by more losses than victories across all competitions.

In light of these challenges, Graham Potter has surfaced as a contender for the managerial role at Manchester United if a change becomes imminent.

Reports from TalkSPORT indicate that Potter, who has been out of a job since departing Chelsea in April, is being considered as a potential replacement for Ten Hag.

Additionally, The Sun reveals that Sir Jim Ratcliffe, set to acquire 25 percent ownership of Manchester United and assume control of football operations, has already engaged in discussions with Potter.

Ratcliffe reportedly favors Potter as the preferred manager in the event of Ten Hag’s dismissal.

Potter, 48, faced a challenging stint at Chelsea during his six-month tenure, but the circumstances at the club were tumultuous.

Despite the difficulties, his work at Brighton earned praise, with Pep Guardiola describing it as ‘outstanding’ (talkSPORT).

If Potter were to assume the Manchester United managerial role, patience and support would be crucial for his success, considering the complexities and pressures associated with the position.

With an impending clash against Liverpool, the outcome of which could influence Ten Hag’s future, Manchester United must carefully consider their options.

Graham Potter, given adequate time and backing, could be a promising choice, leveraging his experience and managerial capabilities.

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