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Erik ten Hag already makes Sir Jim Ratcliffe 'angry' just weeks after confirming Man Utd stay

Erik ten Hag already makes Sir Jim Ratcliffe 'angry' just weeks after confirming Man Utd stay

Erik ten Hag is staying at Manchester United but Sir Jim Ratcliffe is reportedly not pleased with him.

Erik ten Hag has angered Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Manchester United's top brass despite being kept on by the club.

Despite a dismal Premier League campaign that saw them finish in lowly eighth place, the FA Cup final win over Manchester City helped Ten Hag remain at the helm.

United conducted a thorough end of season review and even held talks with the likes of Thomas Tuchel.

Officials then flew to meet Ten Hag in Ibiza, where he was on holiday, for a lengthy meeting.

It was then decided that he will stay on at Old Trafford but with a different structure in place given INEOS' new hires.

However, according to The Sun, Ten Hag has made Ratcliffe and other officials unhappy after he disclosed details of the meeting.

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Image: Getty

The 54-year-old appeared as a pundit for Dutch outlet NOS during Euro 2024 and had plenty of strong opinions on England for their showing against Serbia.

But he also discussed his situation at United, revealing that chiefs turned up at his doorstep for talks that ultimately proved productive.

Ten Hag said: "We had a good talk and various topics were discussed and the conclusion was that we will continue with each other but also the conclusion is that we are going to sit down to renew the contract."

There is a suggestion that Ten Hag will now commit to the club by signing a new deal.

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Image: Getty

But when asked by a presenter, he said there was no agreement as of yet, stating: "No that's not one, two, three done yet, we still have to talk about that".

As per the report, Ratcliffe and others high up at United were not happy about details being made public by Ten Hag when they thought proceedings would remain private and closed off.

There is talk that United want Ten Hag to agree to a new three-year deal.

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