Man Utd to hand Erik ten Hag new contract whoever completes takeover from Glazers less than year after he joined

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ERIK TEN HAG is about to be provided a brand new contract by Manchester United regardless of whether or not a takeover is accomplished, in accordance with studies.

The Dutchman has made a huge effect in his first season at Previous Trafford after becoming a member of from Ajax final summer time.

Erik ten Hag has impressed United chiefs this season[/caption]

Ten Hag, 53, gained his first trophy as United boss last month within the Carabao Cup, together with his aspect additionally still in rivalry within the FA Cup and Europa League.

United’s house owners the Glazer household are in talks to sell the club for up to £6billion.

Regardless of probably being about to sanction a sale, United chiefs need to reward Ten Hag for his good work with a brand new deal.

And based on the Mirror, potential consumers Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani are behind the Dutchman and really feel that he's the fitting man to take the Purple Devils forward.

Ratcliffe visited Old Trafford in individual for talks in the course of the week, even reportedly meeting Ten Hag – whereas Sheikh Jassim sent a team of trusted associates.

Sheikh Jassim’s bid is reportedly worth £5bn& but he is promising to wipe the membership’s debt and& fund upgrades for both Previous Trafford and Carrington.

Bidders have been informed on Thursday that they might have ten days to submit their subsequent gives.

Ten Hag penned a three-year contract value £27million to hitch Man United from Ajax final summer time.


United possess an choice to increase their supervisor’s present deal by an extra 12 months.

But they really feel that he has earned an improved contract altogether.

RB Leipzig reportedly provided Ten Hag greater than Man United did final summer time.

However whereas he revered the German aspect’s venture, Ten Hag was extra taken by the attract of managing a membership the dimensions of United.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe visited Previous Trafford this week[/caption]