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Ineos are making it easier to predict who they want Manchester United's next manager to be

It is only 16 days since Bruno Fernandes lifted the FA Cup on the Wembley balcony after Manchester United's impressive 2-1 win over Manchester City.

But for most United supporters and journalists alike, it feels like much longer. A fortnight after Ineos opened their end-of-season review, they are still yet to communicate a decision on Erik ten Hag's future.

The Dutchman ended the 2023/24 campaign under pressure after overseeing the club's lowest-ever finish in the Premier League era. They finished eighth in the table, meaning only their FA Cup triumph secured European participation next term.

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But there is one question everyone wants an answer to: who will be leading United next term?

Over the weekend, it emerged that co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe had held talks with former Bayern Munich head coach Thomas Tuchel. The duo reportedly met in Monaco, only for the outcome of those talks to result in Tuchel deciding the time was right for him to take a break from management.

United are understood to have made contact with the representatives of a handful of prospective candidates, including Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna. However, the former United coach, like Tuchel, distanced himself from Old Trafford by putting pen to paper on a new contract at Portman Road.

Links with Mauricio Pochettino, who has insisted he is ready for a swift return to management, continue to persist.

Then, of course, there is Gareth Southgate, who is gearing up for his fourth major tournament as England manager. The Three Lions kick off their European Championship campaign on Sunday, facing Serbia, and Southgate