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A recent report indicates that Manchester United are reconsidering the possibility of retaining Erik ten Hag as manager, despite earlier assertions suggesting otherwise.

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Initial reports before the FA Cup final suggested that United had already made the decision to part ways with Ten Hag, irrespective of the outcome at Wembley. However, following their victory over Manchester City in the final, subsequent reports have indicated that a final decision on Ten Hag’s future will be made during an upcoming season review.

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Manchester Evening News now reports that United have not definitively ruled out the option of retaining Ten Hag and have even informed potential replacements that there might not be a managerial vacancy at Old Trafford this summer.

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Ten Hag is currently under contract for another year, with the option for a further 12 months included in his current deal.

While talks have been held with representatives of several potential replacements, including Thomas Tuchel and Mauricio Pochettino, who are both available, Ipswich Town’s Kieran McKenna was also considered before reportedly opting to sign a new long-term deal with his current club.

The decision regarding Ten Hag’s future will be a part of the upcoming season review, which will comprehensively evaluate all aspects of Manchester United, rather than solely focusing on the team’s performance.

According to reports, co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe believes that the club’s structural issues have been more problematic than Ten Hag’s management. The recent appointments of CEO Omar Berrada and technical director Jason Wilcox are part of United’s efforts to address these structural concerns, while they also pursue Dan Ashworth from Newcastle United to potentially become their new sporting director.

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