Ajax coach Erik Ten Hag is reported to be wary of taking over at Manchester United as the Red Devils slipped to another poor result this weekend.
The Red Devils, coached by interim manager Ralph Rangnick, were beaten 1-0 by relegated Everton yesterday, and it was another poor performance overall as struggling Frank Lampard’s side deserved to win.
according to daily MailTen Hag still has some concerns about taking over as Man Utd, with the report suggesting that the future of aging players like Cristiano Ronaldo could be a particular problem.
The Mail reports that Ten Hag has a certain Ajax style of play, and that someone like Ronaldo clearly wouldn’t fit in with his modern, hyper-pressure style.
The Portugal international just returned to United last summer, and his second spell at Old Trafford wasn’t the happiest.
As it stands, MUFC seems unlikely to finish in the top four, and it might be better if Ronaldo moves on to allow Ten Hag to implement the big changes he wants at the club.