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Ten Hag told when he will be SACKED by Man Utd

Former Liverpool defender Jose Enrique believes that Erik ten Hag will be sacked before Mauricio Pochettino loses his Chelsea job.

The pressure on the Dutchman has been ramped up in recent times. Despite a summer of lavish spending, Manchester United’s start to the season has been anything but positive. Two narrow wins against Wolves and Nottingham Forest were not enough to paper over the team’s clear shortcomings that were evident in losses to Tottenham and Arsenal.

As if that wasn’t enough, United have been riven by off-field issues, some of which are out of Ten Hag’s control but others aren’t. Indeed, one of those that Ten Hag could have easily prevented occurred after the Arsenal game when the 53-year-old stated that Jadon Sancho had been left out of the team due to his poor training performances.

This prompted the England winger to hit back at his coach on social media, an outburst that has now led to his banishment from the first-team squad. Former Liverpool defender Jose Enrique believes that things like this Sancho saga will ultimately lead to Ten Hag’s downfall.

What did Enrique say?

“I don’t think things are going to end well for Erik ten Hag at Manchester United,” the Spaniard told Grosvenor Sport. “I loved the way he handled things last season, but with the Jadon Sancho situation this season, I don’t know why he did what he did in putting the whole dressing room against him.”

“I have a feeling that Ten Hag won’t be sacked this season,” Enrique continued, “but in the future he will be sacked before the likes of Mauricio Pochettino at Chelsea. After a very good season last season, I expected Manchester United to be in a much better position at the moment.”

“Obviously there have been other factors like the Jadon Sancho situation which Erik ten Hag spoke publicly about, as well as the Antony situation.”

Credit: Football Transfers

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