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EPL: ‘No suitable replacement’ – Neville urges Man United to give Ten Hag another season

Former Manchester United captain, Gary Neville has urged the club’s leadership to grant manager Erik ten Hag another season to reverse the team’s fortunes.

Amid mounting speculation over Ten Hag’s future, Neville believes the Dutchman deserves a chance to address the challenges facing the club.

With Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s INEOS team set to make decisions post-season, Neville emphasised the need for continuity despite rumoured interest in other managers like Thomas Tuchel and Gareth Southgate.

“I don’t see any suitable replacement out there at the moment. Bayern Munich are struggling to find a replacement for their manager, other clubs are struggling as well,” Neville said via Sky Sports.

“I think we should stick with Erik ten Hag, and give him one more season, particularly an injury-free season where this season we’ve obviously had a lot of injuries. I would say one more season would be worthy to see if we can get back to the standards of last season where we won a trophy and finished in the top four and got Champions League football.”

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