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Final decision made: Graham Potter to Manchester United talks coincide with Erik ten Hag’s scheduled in-person meeting with Ineos.

Erik Ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, is expected to have conversations about his future at Old Trafford with the new club owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

Ten Hag is optimistic that he will have a chance to prove his value to the new management, even in light of the impending confirmation of Ratcliffe’s 25 percent ownership of the team and his takeover of football operations.

Ten Hag’s position is under more scrutiny because the British millionaire is about to take the helm.

Nonetheless, the United manager intends to discuss his approach to reorganizing the team by focusing on the players who aren’t performing up to par with the existing group.

Ten Hag’s tenure has been the subject of speculation, stoked by United’s dismal start to the season—the team has won just 12 of its 24 games in all competitions.

There have been increasing calls for the Dutchman’s departure, particularly in light of Sunday’s difficult match against rivals Liverpool, where a rematch of the 7-0 loss from the previous season may put his position in jeopardy.

Although Graham Potter is mentioned in rumors as a possible replacement, it is thought that Ten Hag now communicates primarily with Dave Brailsford, the director of sport, rather than with Ratcliffe directly.

It is said that Ten Hag has the support of individuals in positions of authority notwithstanding the uncertainties.

In an attempt to restock the team, the former Ajax manager is keen to let go of a number of players in January, including Casemiro, Anthony Martial, Raphael Varane, and Jadon Sancho.

United’s hopes of qualifying for the Champions League come to an end after two straight losses, a 3-0 setback at Bournemouth and a home loss to Bayern Munich. Now, they take on Liverpool.

With the Red Devils’ elimination from both the Carabao Cup and Europe, the FA Cup is still their best chance to win a trophy this year.

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