Another Manchester City could be watched in English Premier league next season according to former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher only if Manchester United prepares well their managerial priorities.
Carragher has given his a strong opinion why the United hierarchy should go for Ajax manager Erik Ten Hag during this time they are in serious haunt for manager who would take charge of the Manchester-based club after Ralf's interim spell comes to an end this summer.
And Carragher reminds us that before this Dutmach stood up as a manager, he worked with the current Man City boss in Bayern Munich.
And Carragher believes that Erik Ten Hag must have gained coaching experience from Pep Guardiola during these days and do similar style of football can be evident between their clubs.
Given the opportunity to handle Man United next season, Former Liverpool defender believes that the Dutchman will bring exactly the kind of football he gained from Pep.
"He’s worked with Pep Guardiola as well, at Bayern Munich as the reserve team manager, so he’s got plenty of experience and he’s at a club in Ajax where you can go and take their manager or players, they’re a selling club." Carragher said.
We should therefore note that Man United could only play like their neighbours Manchester City next season only if Erick Ten Hag is handed the managerial role.
Eyes are now kept on who Man United will give the job next season.
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