Report: Manchester United to sack Erik ten Hag after FA Cup final

Manchester United have decided to part ways with manager Erik ten Hag after the FA Cup final, the Guardian reported Friday. (Jon Super/AP)

Manchester United are making some changes heading into the off-season.

The club have decided to part ways with manager Erik ten Hag after the FA Cup final against Manchester City on Saturday, the Guardian reported Friday. According to the source, even winning the Cup would not change United’s mind.

The decision to change managers is one of the most significant moves made by Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his team since INEOS took a minority stake and control of football operations earlier this season.

The Dutchman, who joined United two years ago, led the team to an eighth-place finish in the Premier League, its lowest finish in the English topflight since 1990.

United have reportedly pinpointed Thomas Tuchel, Mauricio Pochettino, Kieran McKenna, Graham Potter and Thomas Frank as possible replacements.

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