Comparison of The Four Managers Who Are Likely to Replace Manchester United Manager Erik Ten Hag Next Season

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It was reported by various platforms that Manchester United are going to sack Erik Ten Hag after the FA Cup final, regardless of the outcome.

The club are currently in search of a successor, and four names have been constantly mentioned by the media. Each name on the list has a great personality and excellent tactical ability.

These are the Four Managers That Are Likely To Replace Erik Ten Hag At Manchester United 

1. Mauricio Pochettino

The former Chelsea manager is in contention to become the next Manchester United manager. The Argentine had managed 649 games.

Out of the 649 games, the Argentine won 316, drew 144, and lost 189 matches in all competitions. 

He has a winning percentage of 48.69% so far in his career as a manager. 

He had won three Trophies in his managerial career so far while he was at Paris Saint-Germain.

Pochettino guided Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur to the Carabao Cup and Champions League finals respectfully. However, he failed to win a single trophy at those two London clubs.

Pochettino’s tactical formation of 4-3-2-1 suited the Manchester United squad. 

2. Thomas Tuchel 

The German is currently one of the greatest managers in the world due to his previous achievements at various football clubs.

He had been on Manchester United’s radar since he announced he would be leaving the Bundesliga giant.

He had managed 613 matches. Out of the 613 matches, he had won 351, lost 140, and drew 122 in all competitions. The German has a winning percentage of 57.26%.

Tuchel has won the UEFA Champions League, the FIFA Club World Cup, and the UEFA Super Cup with Chelsea. In addition, Tuchel won a back-to-back Ligue 1 title and a French Cup double with Paris Saint-Germain.

In his first season at Bayern Munich, Tuchel won the German Bundesliga. Also, he won the German Cup with Borussia Dortmund in 2017. Tuchel is a fan of the 3-4-3 formation, and he is likely to stick to that if he becomes Manchester United manager.

3. Thomas Frank

The current Brentford manager has only managed 483 matches. Out of the 483 matches, Frank had won 218 matches, drawn 115, and lost 150 matches in all competitions.

He has a winning percentage of 45.13%. Frank had failed to win a single trophy so far in his managerial career.

However, the coach has not managed a top team yet. Frank uses a 4-3-3 and a 3-5-2 system, which may be accommodated by the Manchester United squad.

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4. Kieran McKenna

McKenna is the least experienced among the managers Manchester United are looking forward to signing ahead of next season. He has managed 131 matches in his managerial career so far.

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Out of the 131 matches, McKenna won 75, drew 35, and lost 20 in all competitions. He has a winning rate of 57.25 percent. 

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