Ferguson and Rangnick disagree over who should be next Manchester United manager

According to the Daily Mail, Sir Alex Ferguson prefers PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino, while current interim manager Ralf Rangnick prefers Ajax manager Erik ten Hag.

After a difficult few years following Ferguson’s retirement, Manchester United desperately need to choose their next manager, therefore it appears that the club is divided on this subject.

Pochettino has previously established himself in the Premier League, which may offer the Red Devils a better sense of how he’d perform in the role than Ten Hag, who would be accepting his first job outside of the Netherlands aside from a stint at Bayern Munich II.

Pochettino, on the other hand, has struggled at his present club PSG, whereas Ten Hag appears to be an exciting managerial talent on the rise.

It will be interesting to observe which figures have the most sway over who gets the job in the end.

Related Articles

Back to top button