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‘From what I hear’ – Alan Brazil claims this is when Man United will sack Erik ten Hag

Manchester United’s manager, Erik ten Hag, is facing mounting pressure as the club grapples with its worst start to a season since 1974.

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With nine defeats in the opening 17 matches of the 2023-24 season across all competitions, talkSPORT presenter Alan Brazil suggests that Ten Hag’s tenure at Old Trafford could be in jeopardy.

The imminent arrival of Sir Jim Ratcliffe, expected to take over the club’s football operations next week, adds to the uncertainty, with speculations of major changes on the horizon.

Former Chelsea manager Graham Potter has already been linked to the job, and Brazil believes that Ten Hag’s days at Manchester United are numbered.

Speaking on talkSPORT, Brazil emphasized the significance of the upcoming match against Luton, stating, “If they don’t [beat Luton], Ten Hag is a goner.”

While Brazil predicts that the Dutchman may hold on until December, he foresees significant danger beyond that date.

Ratcliffe’s potential takeover on Monday raises the possibility of restructuring, with CEO Richard Arnold, football director John Murtough, and director of football operations David Harrison reportedly at risk of departing.

Ten Hag, too, could face the axe if the team’s performance does not improve, given the club’s historical stature and the allure it holds for top-tier managers.

The looming international break provides clubs with an opportune time to make managerial changes if needed.

A defeat against Luton Town could intensify the scrutiny on Ten Hag, with the outcome potentially determining his future.

Despite an impressive first season, securing the Carabao Cup, reaching the FA Cup final, and finishing third in the Premier League, the current season’s struggles may cast a shadow over his tenure and jeopardize his position.

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