Man United paraded Erik ten Hag this week, and he will be accompanied by assistants Mitchell van der Gaag and Steve McClaren.
Mike Phelan is anticipated to leave Manchester United this summer, as are the three coaching hires under Ralf Rangnick.
United and Phelan are in talks over the circumstances of his expected departure, with the club appreciating the 59-year-20-year old’s service as a player and coach.
After Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was fired in November, Phelan continued as assistant manager, although he was a distant presence on matchdays. Rangnick contacted Phelan in his last months as interim manager, despite his decreased role.
Phelan was elevated to the United first-team coaching staff in 2001 to replace Steve McClaren, who returned to the club last week as one of Erik ten Hag’s assistants alongside Mitchell van der Gaag.
After six-month stints on Rangnick’s backroom staff, assistant coach Chris Armas, analyst Ewan Sharp, and sports psychologist Sascha Lense will all leave the club. In December, Armas, Sharp, and Lense all joined United.
According to club sources, goalkeeping coaches Richard Hartis and Craig Mawson, as well as set-piece coach Eric Ramsay, will remain.
Ramsay, 30, joined United from Chelsea last summer in reaction to the club’s weak defending in dead-ball situations, and he was chastised when United failed to score from over 140 corners until Harry Maguire nodded in at Leeds in February.
Ramsay’s teaching responsibilities at United’s Carrington training complex grew after the exits of Michael Carrick and Kieran McKenna in December, and he is still highly regarded at the club.