Man Utd could pull off manager swap as Sir Jim Ratcliffe told to ‘hold off talks

This summer, Manchester United and Bayern Munich may switch managers as Thomas Tuchel gets ready to leave Bavaria. In the meantime, Erik ten Hag’s future at Old Trafford is apparently up for debate, and Bayern is purportedly considering him as a potential successor to Tuchel.

The Bundesliga’s biggest teams are looking for a new manager, and they’ve identified Ralf Rangnick as a possible candidate. The teams are among the biggest in Europe.

After a catastrophic experience as United’s interim manager, Rangnick became manager of Austria two years ago and is gearing up to lead the country into Euro 2024 this summer.

However, negotiations to take over the Allianz Arena dugout for the upcoming campaign collapsed, with the German coach reiterating his dedication to Austria.

After announcing earlier this year that Tuchel, the former manager of Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund, and Paris Saint-Germain, would be leaving, Bayern is still looking for his replacement.

They are currently talking about a possible summer approach for Ten Hag, who may be available following a disappointing second season at United, according to BILD.

According to the article, if given the chance, Tuchel would be open to rejoining the Premier League to take the Dutchman’s job.

His destiny at Bayern seemed to be determined by a subpar Bundesliga season, but his stellar reputation has been upheld by another remarkable Champions League performance.

The Bavarians and Real Madrid are tied 2-2 in their semifinal matchup, setting up a thrilling final at Santiago Bernabeu the following week. At this point in Europe’s premier competition, Tuchel remains unbeaten.

Based on allegations that he doesn’t want to speak with United over the manager position before to the second leg, he is totally committed to maintaining that record.

Naturally, there would be concerns about Tuchel’s eligibility to stay in Germany if he led Bayern to a seventh Champions League victory.

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