Erik ten Hag Says He Will Not Resign as Man United Manager


Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has insisted he will resign as the club’s manager despite pressure from fans and pundits.

The former Ajax boss has seen his luck fail to shine this season for Manchester United as the team missed out on Champions League football next season, and could end the season without silverware.

A series of inconsistent and dismal performances has also seen the team drift far away from qualifying for the elite club competition in Europe.

While they are in the running for a Europa League or Europa Conference League spot, there has been reports the former Ajax boss could leave at the end of the season by resigning or being sacked by United’s hierarchy.

While United fans have been clamoring for the dismissal of ten Hag, the Dutchman’s Old Trafford future lies in the hands of United co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

Meanwhile, ten Hag has revealed he could be forced to leave Manchester United if United’s new football leadership, led by Sir Jim Ratcliffe, withdraw their confidence in him.

Now, in what appears more of a U-turn on his transfer nuances, the Dutch has said he will not resign as the club’s manager

Speaking to ViaPlay NL: “I assume that I will be Manchester United manager next year.

signed a long-term deal consciously and I am not a person who walks away.”

Erik ten Hag will enter the last lap of his contract with Manchester United next season. It is understood there is no plan on the ground to renew his deal and a summer exit is not entirely ruled out despite the latter’s comment.

Whether Erik ten Hag will continue in the dugout at Old Trafford next season or not will be dependent on the decision of Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s decision on the Dutchman at the end of the season.


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