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Erik ten Hag's future at Manchester United may have already been decided Club are already considering potential successors ahead of the FA Cup final Have Chelsea offered Manchester United a way out of the Erik ten Hag darkness through Mauricio Pochettino's exit? - Listen to the It's All Kicking Off! Podcast

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Erik Ten Hag will learn his fate as Manchester United manager after today’s FA Cup final amid growing expectation that he will be sacked.

Ten Hag maintained a defiant stance ahead of the big game against rivals Manchester City at Wembley, and said he is planning for next season following a meeting with co-owners Ineos.

But Mail Sport understands United are preparing to make a change. They have spoken to Thomas Tuchel as well as representatives of Ipswich’s Kieran McKenna, also a target for Chelsea.

Mauricio Pochettino and Brentford’s Thomas Frank are among the other contenders, although Pochettino is reluctant to talk to United until he has agreed a pay-off with Chelsea.

Ten Hag finds himself in a similar situation to his fellow Dutchman Louis van Gaal, who was axed as United boss in 2016 in the wake of the FA Cup final win over Crystal Palace. United sources say a final decision over Ten Hag’s future will not be made until after today’s game. But the squad were not surprised yesterday to hear reports that their manager will be sacked after two years in charge, regardless of today’s result.

Erik ten Hag's future at Man United appears increasingly in doubt ahead of the FA Cup final

Erik ten Hag's future at Man United appears increasingly in doubt ahead of the FA Cup final

The club's owners are planning for a future without the Dutchman and have held discussions with potential successors (pictured: Sir Jim Ratcliffe, right, and Sir Dave Brailsford, left)

The club's owners are planning for a future without the Dutchman and have held discussions with potential successors (pictured: Sir Jim Ratcliffe, right, and Sir Dave Brailsford, left)

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has refused to give Ten Hag a public vote of confidence, and the United boss was asked if he plans to meet Ineos after the Cup final. ‘No, we already did and on Sunday I will go on holiday

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