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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag must feel insulted by INEOS' season review process

If your significant other was having dinner with others, how would you feel about it?

Manchester United have been contacting other managers and Sir Jim Ratcliffe is understood to have met with Thomas Tuchel in Monaco to discuss taking over at the club.

Erik ten Hag was preparing for the FA Cup final when United contacted Kieran McKenna's representatives and has been on holiday while Ratcliffe has courted other coaches. Ten Hag and United no longer have a healthy relationship and he must feel undermined as a manager.

The optics are far from ideal. It looks like INEOS are searching for a new manager and will settle for Ten Hag if they can't identify someone who can succeed the Dutchman.

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Nobody wants to feel second-best in a relationship and perhaps Ten Hag wouldn't mind a divorce from United after continued uncertainty around his position as manager.

There have been 17 days since the FA Cup final and there has still been no communication on his future. Many feel INEOS' season review process has now become farcical and that Ten Hag has been disrespected by the circumstances around the episode in the last month.

INEOS were stuck between a rock and a hard place before the FA Cup final. Naturally, they sensitively contacted other managers' representatives, but those stories emerged in the media and that marred Ten Hag's preparation for the biggest game of the season at Wembley.

Ratcliffe's regime were damned if they didn't contact other coaches - a lack of foresight could have cost them in the managerial market - and damned if they did due to the risk of leaks, but it was a shame