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Reports indicate that Manchester United’s coaching staff are growing increasingly concerned about their future amidst the mounting pressure surrounding manager Erik ten Hag.

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Despite Ten Hag’s initial success in turning around United’s fortunes during his debut 2022/23 season, questions have arisen as the team has failed to meet expectations this campaign. Although Ten Hag guided the Red Devils to a commendable third-place finish in the Premier League and secured victory in the Carabao Cup, their subsequent struggles, including an early Champions League exit and a mediocre league position, have sparked scrutiny.

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The situation has been further complicated by the arrival of new shareholders INEOS, who are eager to make their mark on the club. With the appointment of Omar Berrada as CEO and ongoing discussions regarding the potential acquisition of sporting director Dan Ashworth from Newcastle, uncertainty looms over Ten Hag’s tenure.

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This uncertainty has left United’s coaching staff in a state of limbo, with doubts persisting among players regarding Ten Hag’s future without significant success. The names of Brighton & Hove Albion head coach Roberto De Zerbi and Real Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane have emerged as potential replacements for Ten Hag, intensifying speculation surrounding his position.

Even if Ten Hag retains his role, there’s a possibility of restructuring within the coaching staff as part of the club’s long-term plans. Recent departures, such as first-team coach Eric Ramsay’s move to Minnesota United, and contract situations for assistant managers Mitchell van der Gaag and Steve McClaren, as well as coach Benni McCarthy, add to the uncertainty surrounding the team.

United’s upcoming FA Cup quarter-final clash against Liverpool holds significant importance in their pursuit of silverware this season and could impact the managerial landscape at the club.

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