“I can’t that this three big clubs are already waiting for Manchester United to sack Erik Ten Hag so they can sign him. The same coach everyone make fun of. This is unbelievable”-Three Top European clubs considering hiring Erik ten Hag as manager if he’s sacked by Man Utd including ‘dream’ role.

Reports suggest that three clubs are eyeing Erik ten Hag as a potential managerial candidate in the event of his departure from Manchester United.


Ten Hag, who took over at Old Trafford in the summer of 2022 following his stint at Ajax, is nearing the end of his second season with the club. While he secured a fourth-placed finish and a Carabao Cup victory in his debut season, this term has seen more inconsistency for United.


Despite a recent FA Cup semi-final triumph over Liverpool, United’s Champions League exit at the group stage and their struggle to secure a top-four spot in the Premier League have raised questions about Ten Hag’s future.


Although Gareth Southgate has dismissed reports linking him to United, speculation persists about Ten Hag’s potential replacement. Should United part ways with him, three clubs have emerged as potential destinations for the Dutchman.


According to the Daily Star, Bayern Munich is among the clubs interested in Ten Hag. Managing Bayern would reunite him with striker Harry Kane, whom he reportedly targeted during his time at United before Kane’s move to Bayern from Tottenham. Bayern’s current manager, Thomas Tuchel, is set to depart at the end of the season, and Ten Hag is considered a top candidate to succeed him.


Another club linked with Ten Hag is Bayer Leverkusen. With Xabi Alonso rumored to be leaving this summer, Ten Hag is reportedly at the top of Leverkusen’s shortlist for the managerial position, owing to Leverkusen’s impressive performance this season.


Stuttgart is the third Bundesliga club reportedly interested in Ten Hag. Currently in third place in the Bundesliga, Stuttgart has enjoyed a successful domestic campaign. While Sebastian Hoeness currently manages Stuttgart, it remains uncertain whether he would be replaced by Ten Hag if the opportunity arises.


As Ten Hag’s future at Manchester United hangs in the balance, the prospect of managing Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen, or Stuttgart could offer him new challenges and opportunities in the Bundesliga.

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