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Former Chelsea boss decides against replacing Ten Hag



Former Chelsea and Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel has decided against replacing Erik ten Hag at Manchester United.

This latest update was made public by football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano who revealed that Tuchel desires to take a break from coaching this summer.

Recall that the former Blues boss had been linked with a move to Man United to replace Ten Hag, whose future at Old Trafford is currently in doubt.

Romano in a tweet via his X account said Tuchel is not planning to take Man United job as he wants to take a break and not coach any club this summer.

He added that the German man has currently decided not to continue in talks with Man United’s hierarchy after meeting in recent weeks.

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Meanwhile, Man Utd are yet to make a decision on their manager Ten Hag’s future but there are speculations he could leave before the start of next season.

The Red Devils are hoping to rebuild their team and compete for trophies next season, having struggled under Ten Hag last season.


They managed to end the season with a trophy by defeating their neighbours Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final.

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