Romano analyzes the chances of looking for a new manager to replace Ten Hag of Manchester United.

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Romano analyzes the chances of looking for a new manager to replace Ten Hag of Manchester United.

Fabrizio Romano, a famous football journalist, revealed that There is a possibility that the board of directors of Manchester United, the giant club of the English Premier League, will begin looking for a new manager to replace Dutch coach Erik ten Hag next season.

Romano said: “Manchester United under Erik ten Hag, I’m not sure. What is their approach? Or what kind of play are they trying to play? Ten Hag has said that he aims to make his team control the game whether they have the ball or not. But it wasn’t like that at all.”

“As far as I can see They have players who can create magic: Carnacho, Rashford, Mainu, Fernandes, Anthony. But as a team, I don’t see the structure. And the same level of demand that Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City, even Tottenham Hotspur have.”

“Manchester United’s team structure is surprising. It is very easy to play through their back four. They took advantage well. But it’s shocking for a team that calls itself a top team and it happens week in and week out, home and away and whether it’s against a strong team or an average team.

“Two years on, a lot of the blame must fall on Ten Hag, sometimes his message isn’t clear, it doesn’t get through, or he doesn’t have the players to make it work. And if it’s the latter Questions must be asked of some of the players he brought in. Their better players at the moment are academy graduates like Mainu and Carnacho, or those they previously cut from the team like Maguire and Wan-Bissaka. ”

“For me, I feel that the FA Cup might help Ten Hag this season. But I’d be surprised if Manchester United don’t start looking at their next manager. Because right now they look miles away from Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City.”