Manchester United have received a big managerial boost ahead of appointing a permanent manager following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Michael Carrick steered the ship on a temporary basis, with The Red Devils drafting in Ralf Rangnick for the rest of the season.
The 63-year-old German takes charge of his first game against Crystal Palace having watched his new side beat Arsenal in midweek.
And ahead of Rangnick overseeing Man United, Erik ten Hag has dropped the biggest hint yet over his future at Ajax amid speculation.
The Dutchman is thought to be in the frame for the Man United managerial role, alongside Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino who has been coy over reports linking him with the Old Trafford gig.
Unlike Ten Hag who has said he's 'ready' to leave the Netherlands in a bid to land a new challenge.
He told de Volkskrant: "I think I'm ready for it. I would be happy to take on that challenge.
"But I'm not chasing it. If it turns out that that step will never come, I will not say that my coaching career has failed.
"But I think I have enough competences to take on that challenge."
Ten Hag, 51, has worked wonders at Ajax since taking the job in 2017.
He's helped his side win two league titles and enjoyed a stunning Champions League campaign in the 2018/19 term.
Will he be the next Man United manager? Watch this space.
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