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Why Manchester United are keeping Erik ten Hag as manager as contract talks begin

Manchester United have decided to keep Erik ten Hag as manager after conducting a lengthy season review into the season.

Ten Hag enjoyed an excellent first year in Manchester, but United struggled last season and finished eighth in the Premier League, leading to uncertainty around his future.

United won the FA Cup against Manchester City to salvage something from an otherwise bleak campaign and it took 17 days after that game for a decision to be communicated.

Club sources confirmed late on Tuesday night that Ten Hag will remain in charge and that talks have opened with the Dutchman over the extension of his contract.

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It's understood INEOS officials have recognised the achievement of winning two trophies in two seasons and Ten Hag has been given a vote of confidence to continue as manager.

The ability to deliver trophies in an environment that has challenged former United managers has been a feather in Ten Hag's cap and other factors have been considered.

Ten Hag's work with developing young players has been looked upon advantageously. The 53-year-old has overseen the progress of youngsters Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo and both players scored in the FA Cup final triumph against City.

United feel Ten Hag has particularly excelled with youngsters at the club, which they hope has created potential for the squad to improve in next season and beyond.

Following the conclusion of the season review, club insiders believe there have been 'serious mitigations' for last term's underperformance in the Premier League - United finished the campaign with a minus goal difference -