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Erik ten Hag has shrugged off reports suggesting he will be sacked by Manchester United after the FA Cup final and remains fully focused on winning the game against rivals Manchester City.

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Speculation emerged on Friday indicating that United had already made the decision to part ways with Ten Hag regardless of the outcome of Saturday’s clash at Wembley. This decision follows a challenging season marred by injuries, resulting in the Red Devils’ lowest-ever Premier League finish.

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Potential replacements, including Kieran McKenna, Mauricio Pochettino, Thomas Tuchel, and Thomas Frank, are reportedly being considered, with United openly exploring alternatives.

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Despite winning the Carabao Cup in his first season and narrowly losing to City in the FA Cup final, Ten Hag seems unperturbed by the rumors. “I have nothing to say,” he chuckled in response to the reports during his pre-final press conference. “I am just focusing on the job I have to do, which is to win the game on Saturday and continue with the project.”

Expressing his determination to win trophies, Ten Hag emphasized the upcoming final as the next opportunity for success. He also acknowledged the need for periodic reviews of the project, highlighting both positive developments and areas for improvement.

United will be without former captain Harry Maguire due to injury, but other key players may return from the treatment table. Notably, Raphael Varane could feature in his final game for the club before departing on a free transfer, potentially partnering Lisandro Martinez in defense.

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