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Manchester United appear to be closing in on appointing Erik ten Hag as their next manager.

MEN Sport understands that United have settled on Ten Hag rather than Mauricio Pochettino as their ideal candidate to take over the reins from Ralf Rangnick in the summer. He has already been interviewed for the role and Ajax expect the 52-year-old to make the switch.

The Athletic reported on Tuesday night that United have reached a verbal agreement with Ten Hag to be their next manager on a four-year contract. A deal still needs to be agreed with Ajax, though there aren’t expected to be any stumbling blocks.

Meanwhile, United will today continue their preparations for their next Premier League fixture against Norwich City on Saturday. Anything short of a win would be another terrible blow to their quickly fading Champions League hopes.

Hannibal Mejbri has become accustomed to the despair that can creep into the Manchester United dugout during his exposure to the first team this season.

The 19-year-old was among the substitutes for the fifth time this season at Goodison Park on Saturday and United have won none of those games. Still the teenager waits for his first senior involvement of this wretched campaign.

It was in February that Ralf Rangnick confirmed Hannibal was now a permanent member of the first-team group at Carrington — but so are Jesse Lingard and Juan Mata and they hardly get a look-in either. The decision to allow Donny van de Beek and Anthony Martial leave in January, as well as recent injuries, opened the door to Hannibal making matchday squads, but not to involvement on the pitch. That has to change soon.

For the 2,000 or so fans in the Sir Alex Ferguson stand on Friday night, there was one player in particular they had come to see.

Those supporters inside Old Trafford for the U23’s 1-0 win over their Chelsea counterparts got what they wanted, especially in the second half, when Garnacho played on the wing right in front of them.

The 17-year-old is probably the highlight of a miserable season for the club, despite him not yet making a matchday squad with the first-team. He’s possibly the most popular player at Old Trafford at the moment and the buzz every time he set off on a run on Friday showed the anticipation that is following.

It’s almost the first anniversary of Manchester United’s match against Liverpool at Old Trafford being postponed.

That was the first time a Premier League match had been postponed because of fan protests. The European Super League proposal, the fuel that fanned the flames, was an assault on football. The plan was sickening, despicable and backed by the Glazers. Thousands of supporters had been pushed over the edge and they wanted their voices to be heard. The anti-Glazer chants were heard loud and clear that day.

United were forced to stay in The Lowry Hotel as supporters sang “we decide, we decide, we decide when you can play.” The team buses remained empty and Old Trafford was besieged just down the road, with supporters breaking onto the pitch.

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Manchester United fans have been expressing their excitement at reports that Erik ten Hag has reached a ‘verbal agreement’ with the club to take over as manager.

In a tweet by The Athletic’s David Ornstein, he wrote: “Man Utd reach verbal agreement in principle with Erik ten Hag to become next permanent manager. Manchester United will need agreement with Ajax (who are aware) and to finalise contract (up to four years).”

“No announcement until after the Dutch Cup final.” The Amsterdam club face PSV Eindhoven in the showpiece match on Sunday, April 17.

Manchester United’s U23s will play Monaco on Tuesday in a friendly fixture.

United are currently in Monaco for a three-day warm-weather training camp. The club’s U23s beat Chelsea 1-0 in the Premier League 2 ahead of the weekend and they’ll maintain their fitness throughout the training camp before their next domestic match.

Neil Wood’s side will test themselves against Monaco on Tuesday before returning to Manchester this week. It is an opportunity for the U23s to get experience against European opposition after the academy’s UEFA Youth League campaign.

United could make Paul Pogba the Premier League’s highest-paid player.

That’s according to The Mirror, who report United will try to make an eleventh-hour offer to keep Pogba at the club, with the deal worth ‘a basic salary of £400,000-a-week’ with add-ons included.

The article claims the offer has ’caused fury’ within the United dressing-room. It’s said United’s stars are angry the club are willing to make him the highest-paid player in the country.

Pogba is expected to leave and this would be a dramatic U-Turn.

As we enter that period of the season where football supporters analyse the league tables just that little bit closer than usual, Manchester United’s supporters are longing for the season to reach its conclusion.

The 2021/22 campaign is not going to be one that any United supporter looks back on with fondness, even if they somehow pull together a shock winning run together to sneak into the top-four. It is not likely to be a campaign that is remembered by Raphael Varane either.

Signed from Real Madrid last summer, Varane — who made a rockstar’s entrance ahead of United’s 5-1 hammering of Leeds on the opening day of the season at Old Trafford in August — has made just 25 appearances in all competitions this season. That means has missed a third of their fixtures. It has been far from the debut season in England that the Frenchman would have dreamt of.

They are images that bookend Cristiano Ronaldo’s Manchester United return, from the euphoric high of his Old Trafford reawakening on September 11 to the embarrassing scenes at Goodison on Saturday, when he appeared to smack a phone out of the hand of a 14-year-old boy.

Ronaldo has apologised for his outburst since but there’s no excusing it, no matter how much he was hurting. The 37-year-old was evidently limping towards the away tunnel after another rotten day in United’s season, but his life has been spent not only living in the spotlight but often courting it — he should be used to camera phones by now.

The forward faces a police investigation over the incident and the petulance may well become the defining image of United’s season, although there is plenty of competition for that unwanted award.

Manchester United fans have been expressing their excitement at reports that Erik ten Hag has reached a ‘verbal agreement’ with the club to take over as manager.

In a tweet by The Athletic’s David Ornstein, he wrote: “Man Utd reach verbal agreement in principle with Erik ten Hag to become next permanent manager. Manchester United will need agreement with Ajax (who are aware) and to finalise contract (up to four years).”

“No announcement until after the Dutch Cup final.” The Amsterdam club face PSV Eindhoven in the showpiece match on Sunday, April 17.

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Speaking on the Gary Neville Podcast: “Man Utd have got to get to the end of the season as quickly as possible. The reality is that any kind of performance in the last week against Leicester and Everton and they would have been in top four, but they haven’t got the spirit or the fight.”

Ralf Rangnick admitted Manchester United do not deserve to finish in the Champions League spots if their performance levels for the rest of the season are similar to what they showed at Everton.

United’s ambition of finishing in the Premier League top four is receding and Rangnick was left to bemoan a toothless attacking display against an Everton side that lost 3-2 at relegation rivals Burnley in midweek.

Speaking on the Gary Neville Podcast, the former United full-back bemoaned the abject performance at Goodison Park, and believes Ten Hag may even be thinking twice about taking over the reins this summer…

I’ve got very few words left for Manchester United. No anger, no comment anymore. They are a bit of a farce; you almost expect it from them. The players are taking Ralf Rangnick down with them. They are bad.

They’ve got to get to the end of the season as quickly as possible. The reality is that any kind of performance in the last week against Leicester and Everton and they would have been in top four, but they haven’t got the spirit or the fight.

When I look at Manchester City and Liverpool, they have humble football players; no over-inflated egos, they understand their position, the team comes first. There isn’t one Manchester United player that would get into any of those two teams, so why would you have an over-inflated ego, think you didn’t have to work hard, or be spiritless? I don’t see anything anymore.

I’ve read in the Sunday papers that Erik ten Hag wants all of his demands met or else he won’t come to the club. Imagine if they can’t get Ten Hag over the line because of what’s happening at the moment, and how bad a state the club are in.

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