Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has downplayed concerns about his job security amid recent rumors linking former Chelsea head coach Graham Potter to the position, according to a report.


Despite facing scrutiny due to the team’s recent struggles and an early exit from the Champions League, Ten Hag remains steadfast in his commitment to his responsibilities.


“I am not concerned about that,” remarked Ten Hag, underscoring his dedication to the ongoing process of team improvement.

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Despite the challenges, he expressed confidence in the support he receives from the current regime, particularly football director John Murtough.

“I feel that, and they communicate it, but I am focusing on the process of making this team play better, enhancing individual performances, and that is my primary concern,” he added.

As Manchester United prepares to face Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday, Ten Hag provided updates on the team’s fitness situation.

Luke Shaw is expected to be fit for the crucial match, providing relief for the manager who is already dealing with the absence of Harry Maguire for several upcoming games. Maguire sustained an injury during Tuesday’s 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich.

Regarding Maguire’s availability, Ten Hag stated, “Harry will not be available for the coming games, but we don’t think it is long term.”

Marcus Rashford is back in contention after missing the Bayern match due to a combination of suspension and illness.

With Bruno Fernandes suspended for the upcoming game, Ten Hag chose not to disclose the team captain for the Liverpool clash.

Reflecting on the team’s heavy defeat at Anfield last season, where they lost 7-0, Ten Hag mentioned, “Last year, we take that in our memory, but you have to also take the benefit from it and learn from it, and on Sunday we can prove it.”