Tuchel vows to revive Sancho and Mount at Man Utd

Tuchel vows to revive Sancho and Mount at Man Utd

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Thomas Tuchel held talks with Sir Jim Ratcliffe over the Manchester United job in Monaco last Tuesday.

According to Christian Falk, Tuchel discussed with Ratcliffe just what he would do if he were to succeed Erik ten Hag gas manager this summer.

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Tuchel promised that he would resurrect Jadon Sancho and Mason Mount at United, two players who have proved big-money flops since arriving at the club.

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Tuchel used the example of Antonio Rudiger as someone who reached a very high level only after working with the manager at Chelsea.

The former Bayern Munich manager – who left the Bavarians this month – has now emerged as the favourite for the United job if Ten Hag is sacked this summer.

Tuchel is one of the main contenders for Man Utd job
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Ten Hag to leave Man Utd?

Ten Hag faces a critical next few days with regards to his position at Man Utd.

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An internal review was undergone this past week at United over Ten Hag. The results of that review are set to be revealed in the next few days.

Ten Hag is expected to be sacked but could yet survive.

Ten Hag joined Man Utd in the summer of 2022 and enjoyed a decent first season as he took the club back into the Champions League, won the League Cup and reached the FA Cup final.

However, the 2023-24 campaign was a disaster for Ten Hag in the Premier League as they finished eighth, while they were knocked out of the Champions League group stages.

Ten Hag did give himself a chance of saving his job though by winning the FA Cup as United beat Man City 2-1 in the final.

Gareth Southgate, Roberto De Zerbi and Kieran McKenna have also been linked with replacing Ten Hag.

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