Manchester United: Board split over two candidates to become next permanent manager

The board of is split on who to appoint as the club’s next manager in the summer, with Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Hag opposing each other.

According to Sky Sports, Man United’s board of directors is split on who to choose when Ralf Rangnick finally leaves Old Trafford at the end of the season.

Recall that Man United appointed Rangnick to temporarily take charge of the first team for the remainder of the current campaign.

The Red Devils are conducting background checks on potential candidates and have narrowed their list to four names: Pochettino, Ten Hag, Luis Enrique, and Julen Lopetegui.

Pochettino and Ten Hag are currently leading the race even though Enrique and Lopetegui are candidates.

Pochettino is currently the manager of Paris Saint-Germain, while Ten Hag is the head coach of Ajax.

Man United’s board, on the other hand, is undecided about which way to go, with officials split on who is a better fit for Old Trafford between the two men.

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