While Ten Hag creates doubts, Man United look to bring back successful manager

Manchester United can appoint their former manager that helped them win a European trophy.

Man United could bring in their former coach to replace Erik Ten Hag.

Manchester United is struggling to be competitive this season after last season's performances. Last season, Man United secured third place in the Premier League table with 75 points. Man United was close to challenging for the title for a brief period of time last season.

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This season, Man United has underperformed in the league and in the Champions League. Man United finished last in their Champions League group and couldn't manage to qualify for the Europa League. In the EFL Carabao Cup, they were eliminated at home by Newcastle United 3-0. In the FA Cup, Manchester United managed to just beat League Two side, Newport County 4-2. Man United will play Bristol City or Nottingham Forest in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Man United are 9th in the Premier League table with 32 points. Man United are 11 points behind 4th place Aston Villa. United will play Wolves next and then Aston Villa at Villa Park. Man United will need to get two wins in these next two games to climb up the table. The team is optimistic about winning the FA Cup and qualifying for the Champions League next season. These two objectives are low standards for the club, and now the board is asking questions about the manager.

Erik Ten Hag also experiences issues in the squad with Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford. Sancho was left on loan to Dortmund, while Rashford is causing trouble for indiscipline reasons. Man United does not guarantee that Ten Hag will stay with the club next season.

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After being fired by AS Roma, Jose Mourinho is interested in returning to Manchester United

Mail Sport reports that José Mourinho is ready to make his return to Manchester United. Sources close to the Portuguese say he believes he left with “unfinished business” and that he “made it his mission” to take over the reins if the opportunity arises. Mourinho was the first Manchester United manager in history to win three trophies in his first season.

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