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Erik ten Hag could 'resign' from Man Utd job on 'one condition' as shock escape route emerges

Erik ten Hag could 'resign' from Man Utd job on 'one condition' as shock escape route emerges

Erik ten Hag is having a tough season at Manchester United.

Erik ten Hag could reportedly resign from Manchester United on one condition.

The Dutchman enjoyed a decent first season in charge of the Old Trafford club having won the Carabao Cup and secured Champions League qualification.

Heading into this season, it was expected that Ten Hag would take United up to another level after bringing in the likes of Andre Onana, Mason Mount and Rasmus Hojlund.

However, the 23/24 season has been one to forget for the Red Devils as they have performed way below the expected standards.

Currently, United sit 13 points adrift of fourth-placed Aston Villa as their hopes of Champions League football are starting to fade away.

As a result, Ten Hag’s future has been plunged into darkness, with new investor Sir Jim Ratcliffe reportedly looking around for options to replace the Dutchman.

The likes of Gareth Southgate and Graham Potter have been linked with a move to Old Trafford.

Now, it has been claimed that Ten Hag could resign, on one condition.

As reported by The Mirror, Ten Hag will leave his role at the end of the season if he does not receive assurances from Ratcliffe and the INEOS team about their commitment to him.


In addition, it is believed that he could be offered a way out of Manchester by his former side Ajax.

Speaking ahead of United’s FA Cup semi-final tie against Coventry City, Ten Hag said: “We did our job and we are prepared, so we know their team, we know how they play, we know the individual abilities of the players. Of course, also we know the manager, a former United player, striker, his long period there, he's doing a fantastic job there. So, we know a lot about them.

“Of course they are dangerous, they are in the semi-final. It's logical. Last season, they were that far away [gestures small gap] from being promoted to the Premier League. So, they do a fantastic job over there. We have seen the game against Wolves, in the quarter-final, the mentality in the team is fabulous, so we have to play to our best levels.”

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Topics: Erik Ten Hag, Manchester United, Football, Ajax, Sir Jim Ratcliffe