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Thomas Frank's appointment can save Manchester United star's career

It is becoming obvious that Sir Jim Ratcliffe if he chooses to sack Erik ten Hag, will be looking at managers with links to INEOS to join Manchester United this summer.

Gareth Southgate has been linked previously with the potential vacancy and MEN Sport understands he is on the radar thanks to his bond with incoming sporting director Dan Ashworth. Another new name to be added to the list is Thomas Frank.

The Telegraph understands the Brentford manager has become a 'strong contender' to replace Ten Hag with Sir Dave Brailsford an admirer of his work with the London club. While it has to be said the Dane has been successful with the Bees it is difficult to be inspired by the potential appointment of a manager who has yet to compete at the top of European football.

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However, one man who would almost certainly welcome his appointment is midfielder Christian Eriksen. As we sit here in mid-May, the 32-year-old has been pushed to the outskirts of the United first-team by Ten Hag.

Between the beginning of February and the middle of April, Eriksen made just one substitute appearance for United in the Premier League and he has only completed 90 minutes six times in the top flight all season. With a year remaining on his contract, it seems almost certain that the former Tottenham man will be leaving Old Trafford in the summer if Ten Hag remains in charge.

Should Frank join the club, there is a real possibility that Eriksen's career at United and football overall will be reignited. Lest we forget it was Frank who gave his fellow countryman the lifeline to return to the professional game when he signed