Manchester United officials are believed to have made their final decision over Erik ten Hag amid the disappointing run of the Red Devils since the start of this new season.
Manchester United is eighth on Premier League standings with 5 losses and 6 wins in 11 games so far this season.
Bruno Fernandes and teammates bounced back from a two consecutive losses against Manchester City (0-3) and Newcastle (0-1) to defeat Fulham on Sunday.
However, it has been reported that the poor display of the team is a serious concern for the club’s incoming owner Jim Ratcliffe who is willing to sack Ten Hag to hire a new coach.
In the light of the rumors, former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane and Sporting Lisbon’s coach Ruben Amorim have been identified as the two choices the INEOS boss has for Ten Hag’s replacement.
However, Fabrizio Romano denied the news saying they are completely false.
“I saw all these stories and rumours around Erik ten Hag and his future but from what I’m hearing, the reality is that internally, they never considered the possibility of firing Erik ten Hag”, he said during a chat with The United Stand on Youtube.
“Manchester United have never been in touch with Zinedine Zidane and Ruben Amorim.”