Ten Hag has put three conditions on Man United bosses to extend his contract with the club

Football news 13 june 2024, 05:54
Yasmine Green Dailysports's expert Yasmine Green
Ten Hag has put three conditions on Man United bosses to extend his contract with the club Ten Hag has put three conditions on Man United bosses to extend his contract with the club

Manchester United has decided to continue co-operation with Erik ten Hag as head coach of the team, and at the same time - and offer the specialist a new contract. The Dutchman puts forward three conditions to his employer to agree to a new deal.

These conditions have been revealed by The Sun, and here is what they are:

  • The specialist is not ready for the club's technical director Jason Wilcox to tell him how the team should play. This demand came after Wilcox suggested that he used Bruno Fernandes in the FA Cup final against Manchester City (2-1) as a "false nine".
  • Ten Hag will not allow Jadon Sancho to return to the main squad until the winger apologises to him for calling him a liar last year.
  • The Dutchman also wants first-team coach Benny McCarthy to be given a new contract, as his current agreement is set to expire.

The fulfilment of exactly these conditions is what ten Hag is demanding in order to agree to a new agreement. His term varies from source to source. Earlier we reported a two-year contract when The Sun cites a term of three years.

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