Ratcliffe can fire Ten Hag


By: Manu Tournoux

New shareholder of Manchester United, Jim Ratcliffe already has control over the sports policy of the English giant.

Despite the spectacular victory obtained by Manchester United against Aston Villa (3-2), Tuesday evening during the 19th day of the Premier League, Erik ten Hag keeps his ejection seat.

If the Dutch manager were to be fired, it would be by Jim Ratcliffe and his team in which we will find Dave Brailsford and, most likely, the Frenchman Jean-Claude Blanc, today at OGC Nice.

Ratcliffe, boss of the chemical group Ineos, is officially responsible for the policy of Manchester United which he has just joined by purchasing 25% of the shares.

The Premier League must ratify this operation, estimated to take more than a month, but the British billionaire has an agreement with the Glazer family, owner of the Red Devils, already allowing him to work on the winter transfer window.

Changing coaches is therefore one of the hypotheses that Jim Ratcliffe could turn into reality.

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