It is possible that Sir Jim Ratcliffe may cause a stir at Manchester United once his decision to buy in is finalized.
Man United, according to Ten Hag, have a lot to play for after their departure from Europe.
It has been claimed that Manchester United has made the decision to delay making significant management decisions until Sir Jim Ratcliffe fulfills his obligation to purchase his 25 percent stake in the club.
The strain that was already being put on Red Devils manager Erik ten Hag increased by another level on Tuesday night, when his team suffered a defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich and was eliminated from the Champions League.
As a result of United’s terrible European campaign, the club did not even make it into the Europa League.
They finished in last place in Group A, with only one victory in six matches against Bayern, Galatasaray, and Copenhagen.
Kingsley Coman scored the game-winning goal for Bayern on Tuesday night at Old Trafford, which resulted in a 1-0 victory for Bayern.
Now, the only things that United have left to compete for over the second half of the season are a great finish in the Premier League and the possibility of making a run in the FA Cup.
The league has not been a joyful hunting ground for Ten Hag, as his team has suffered seven defeats in a total of sixteen matches and has a goal difference that is negative, which has caused them to fall six points short of the top four.
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To the extent that Sir Jim Ratcliffe has completed his buy-in to Manchester United, Erik ten Hag is assumed to be safe (Image: Getty).
Naturally, there has been an increase in the number of people calling for the Dutchman to be fired. Nevertheless, The Independent asserts that Ten Hag continues to have the support of the United board, and in any event, actions that could potentially change the course of the game will be put on hold until Sir Jim’s support is declared.
It is anticipated that the billionaire in the petrochemicals industry will become a minority owner at Old Trafford, which will give him some degree of power over its sporting decisions.
Considering that Ten Hag’s share purchase is expected to be confirmed within the next few days, the bumpy run that he has been experiencing has come at the worst possible time.