Erik ten Hag ‘faces huge pay cut’ as Man Utd manager despite being kept in role by Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Erik ten Hag is set to stay as Manchester United manager following the club’s end-of-season review, but could face a significant pay cut if he remains in the role as expected.

Ten Hag was expected to leave United this summer after finishing eighth in the Premier League, their lowest finish since the competition began in 1992.

But, after an unlikely 2-1 victory in the FA Cup final against local rivals Manchester City, it is now expected that the Dutchman will remain Manchester United manager for the 2024/25 season.

However, as he heads into his third season at Old Trafford, the Dutchman is set to be forced to take a big reduction to his pay.

According to ESPN, the Dutch manager will face a 25 per cent pay cut next season after his side failed to qualify for the Champions League.

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