In an interview with Voetbal International, Hamstra said that Ajax wanted to keep the Dutchman for next season, but he was skeptical.
“It would be amazing if Ten Hag is still our coach next season,” he remarked, according to the Express.
“He still has a contract, but we all know how things work in the real world.” For the time being, he is focused on this season, these crucial months. “Only time will tell what happens next.”
These remarks appear to indicate what many people predict will happen to Ten Hag in the near future: a transfer to another team.
According to the Express, two other clubs have made bids for the Ajax coach, one from Germany and one from England.
However, the identities of the other two clubs are unknown, thus it is difficult to speculate on who the other English club in the running for Ten Hag is.
Ralf Rangnick, United’s current interim manager, will go into a consultant job at the end of the season and has voiced his belief in Ten Hag as his replacement in order to get the club playing in a certain way and eventually bring victory – something Man United has not had in over five years.