Report: Man Utd want “sensational” manager who’s “breaking football” to replace Ten Hag

As INEOS continues to establish itself at Old Trafford, Manchester United may be thinking about changing the dugout. According to journalist Rudy Galetti, Thiago Motta, the manager of Bologna, has surfaced as a potential contender.

Though as of yet this season hasn’t been an outright disaster for United, things could turn sour before the season is out. The Red Devils still have a chance to win an FA Cup trophy, and they could be able to secure a spot in the European football league.

There is little doubt that Erik ten Hag will face pressure to provide outcomes by the conclusion of the term.

Motta a Candidate for Man Utd

Ten Hag’s position remains ‘precarious’ 

Writing for Tribal Football, Italian reporter Galetti has claimed that ten Hag’s position as United manager remains ‘precarious’, and the Red Devils have explored the situation of Motta…

“For Mason [Greenwood], a lot will also depend on Erik en Hag: his position remains precarious and United – among others – explored also the situation of Thiago Motta, more inclined to an experience outside Italy if he doesn’t stay at Bologna.”

The’sensational’ manager Motta would infuse Old Trafford with a dynamic and engaging brand of football. The Italian team is winning Serie A, and his unique 2-7-2 formation is “breaking football.” GIVEMESPORT breaks down his intricate technique.

Bologna is now four points ahead of Roma in fifth place in the league, occupying the fourth position. After more than two decades without a European match, Motta appears poised to lead the Italian team back to the Champions League. Given what he’s accomplished in his brief management career, it’s not surprising that United may face competition for his services.

Journalist Ben Jacobs previously told GIVEMESPORT that Motta can’t be ruled out for the Liverpool job to replace Jurgen Klopp, who will be departing at the end of the season. The Merseyside outfit are likely to make a decision in the near future, so United might not want to wait around if they believe Motta is the right man.

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