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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is reportedly facing a 25% pay cut at Old Trafford next season.
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Manchester United head coach Erik ten Hag is reportedly facing a 25% pay cut at Old Trafford, should he keep hold of his job heading into the 2024-25 campaign.

There is currently widespread speculation surrounding the Dutchman's future, with the club's new minority shareholder Sir Jim Ratcliffe said to have drawn up a 10-man shortlist of potential replacements.

Ten Hag has managed to guide the Red Devils to another FA Cup final, but the team are currently seventh in the Premier League table, 16 points behind fourth-placed Aston Villa, albeit with two games in hand.

As a result, a spot in next season's Champions League is highly unlikely, and according to ESPN, absence from the European competition will see Ten Hag's salary cut by 25%.

The report claims that ex-Ajax head coach currently earns in the region of £9m a year, so the reduction would see his salary reduce to approximately £6.75m.

Man United 'still planning for Erik ten Hag to remain in charge'

Despite the team's struggles during the 2023-24 campaign, it is understood that the club are still planning to have Ten Hag in charge at the start of next season.

The Dutchman could deliver more silverware this term, with the Red Devils set to face Manchester City in the final of the FA Cup at the end of May.

However, more poor performances and results in the final stages of the Premier League campaign could lead to a rethink, with the team's next two league fixtures against the bottom two Sheffield United and Burnley.

Jason Wilcox has been brought in as the club's new technical director, and Ten Hag has said that he is looking forward to working with the 53-year-old at Old Trafford.

Should Man United stick with Erik ten Hag?

Man United's collapse in the latter stages of the FA Cup semi-final with Coventry City on Sunday afternoon was worrying, but they managed to progress to the final courtesy of a penalty shootout.

It is also true that the club have had severe injury problems this season, with Ten Hag being without a number of important players for long spells, which has had a huge impact on performances and results.

There is also a lack of an obvious replacement for the Dutchman, with England boss Gareth Southgate a risky appointment due to his lack of experience at club level.

Meanwhile, Graham Potter, despite his obvious talent, found it difficult at Chelsea, and there are question marks over his suitability for the role at Old Trafford.

The team's displays in 2023-24 have been widely disappointing, though, and it would therefore not be a surprise to see a change occur, as the performances in the Premier League this season have simply not been good enough, while they also finished bottom of their Champions League group. body check tags ::

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