Ajax boss, Erik ten Hag has said he is ready to become Manchester United permanent manager.
The Dutchman, alongside Paris Saint-Germain’s Mauricio Pochettino, former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane and Leicester City’s Brendan Rodgers are all linked to the permanent job at Old Trafford.
Ralf Rangnick, who was recently appointed on an interim basis, will. only spent six months at Old Trafford in his managerial position when the club hopes to then hand over the reins to the next permanent manager.
Multiple reports in Europe suggest that Ten Hag is among several leading candidates for the role.
Ten Hag has now openly admitted that he is ready to leave the Netherlands to take on a new challenge.
“I think I’m ready for it. I would be happy to take on that challenge,” he told de Volkskrant.
“But I’m not chasing it. If it turns out that that step will never come, I will not say that my coaching career has failed.
“But I think I have enough competence to take on that challenge.”