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Thomas Tuchel said all the right things about Manchester United amid Sir Jim Ratcliffe 'talks'

Former Bayern Munich and Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel has already addressed the level of pressure that comes with managing Manchester United amid claims he has recently met Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

According to German publication Bild, as cited by the Mail, Tuchel had discussions with Ratcliffe in Monte Carlo on Tuesday. United are yet to communicate a decision on manager Erik ten Hag's future.

Ten Hag led United to a 13th FA Cup crown last month, strengthening his chances of remaining in charge. United have not dismissed the prospect of retaining him and the Dutchman wants clarity on his position as soon as possible.

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However, reports claiming Ratcliffe has held talks with Tuchel, who took charge of Bayern Munich for the final time last month, suggest United are refusing to rule out the prospect of making a change in the dugout. Despite all the noise concerning Ten Hag's future, not a single candidate has established themselves as a clear favourite.

Tuchel, 50, is arguably one of the most polished options currently available. He won the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup with Chelsea, scooped two league titles with Paris Saint-Germain and guided Bayern to the Bundesliga crown in 2022/23.

Having written several success stories at some of Europe's biggest clubs, Tuchel would be within his rights to argue he would be capable of managing a club of United's stature. He has cemented himself as an elite-level coach and has often been linked with some of Europe's biggest jobs.

Despite recently stopping short of confirming whether or not he would be keen on a return