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The Red Devils are considering retaining Erik ten Hag as manager.



Erik ten Hag has led Manchester United to two trophies in two years, and the club is evaluating his second season before deciding on his future.

Manchester United are considering retaining Erik ten Hag as manager for the coming season.

United authorities have informed representatives of potential successors that they have not ruled out keeping the Dutchman after he led the club to their 13th FA Cup victory over Manchester City on Saturday.

Ten Hag, 52, is under contract with United until next year, with the option for an additional year.

United have evaluated a number of potential replacements and have spoken with intermediaries in recent weeks.

The club has stated that an assessment of the season will begin this week, and no decision or action will be taken until that evaluation is completed.

Kieran McKenna, manager of Ipswich Town, withdrew as a candidate to take over at Chelsea, stating that his ideal destination would be United. McKenna, the former United boss, is hesitant to make a quick decision after taking Ipswich Town back to the Premier League.

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