Erik ten Hag has Bundesliga escape route in case Manchester United sack him

Erik ten Hag has options if he is sacked by Manchester United

German clubs can come as a saviour if Erik ten Hag is sacked by Manchester United at the end of the season. According to Daily Star, a number of Bundesliga clubs are making a move for the Dutch boss if he were to be relieved of his current duties at Old Trafford.

There is massive pressure on Erik ten Hag to succeed at United and the current inconsistent season has fuelled rumours surrounding his potential departure from the club as the list of managers linked with the Red Devils grow with every passing day. England manager Gareth Southgate is the most recent on that list to be linked with a move to United.

There have been reports about the former Ajax boss having to secure Champions League qualification for the 2024/25 campaign to stand a chance of surviving at Old Trafford.

Erik ten Hag has a German escape route

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag talks about favourites in Liverpool FA Cup tie.
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has German clubs lining up for his services if he is sacked by the club.

German defending champions Bayern Munich are keeping tabs on Erik ten Hag’s situation at United, although Xabi Alonso remains their number one choice to replace Thomas Tuchel in the summer.

German duo Bayer Leverkusen and VFB Stuttgart are also linked with a move for the 54-year-old if he were to be out of a job in the summer. Bayer Leverkusen are preparing for a life without Xabi Alonso who is linked with a move to Liverpool to replace Jurgen Klopp at the Anfield Stadium this summer.

A project rebuilt coming up at Old Trafford, can ten Hag survive the wave?

Part owner of Manchester United, Sir Jim Ratcliffe is set to make big changes at the club. (Photo by BERTRAND GUAY/AFP via Getty Images)
Part owner of Manchester United, Sir Jim Ratcliffe is set to make big changes at the club. (Photo by BERTRAND GUAY/AFP via Getty Images)

Manchester United’s new part owner Sir Jim Ratcliff has been public about changing the culture at Carrington and starting a process to see the club compete among the elites on a consistent basis. He has also indicated how some tough decisions lie ahead for the officials behind the scenes.

United have already revamped the faces behind the scenes and now they will enter a place where the changes will be public, be it with a player or in our case a manager.

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Erik ten Hag has a big job ahead of him if he were to survive at Old Trafford beyond the upcoming summer transfer window, although he will be sleeping rather peacefully every night knowing he won’t be out of a job for a long time.

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