Premier League side Manchester United have been handed a huge boost ahead of the summer search for a new permanent coach, since one of their linked-coaches have reconsidered taking the role, only a month ago after playing hard to get by distancing himself from the speculations.Despite Manchester United keeping hopes a live on seeing masterclass Zinedin Zidane as the club's next permanent coach, after PSG distanced themselves away from speculations linking them with the former Real Madrid manager, highly linked Ajax coach Erik Ten Hag has finally decided to let the doors open for a possible permanent role in Europe.
Giving out his statement to De Volskrant ahead of Champions league clash with Sporting CP he revealed:
"I think I'm ready for it(Coaching abroad). I would be happy to take on that challenge. But I'm not chasing it. If it turn out that step will never come. I will not say that that my career has failed."But I think I have enough competences to take on that challenge."
Also as reported by Talk Sport, Ten Hag has added fuel on linked speculations to Old Trafford. The 51 years old have a contract ending on 30th June 2022, but in any case The Red devils can fasten their tools come next summer, then the premier League will have to settle for the most prominent coaches in the world.
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