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Erik ten Hag frustration grows with Sir Jim Ratcliffe ahead of Man United sack decision wait

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is believed to be growing increasingly frustrated as his future at Old Trafford continues to be up in the air ahead of a vital summer transfer window for the club.

The Dutchman fears the uncertainty and speculation around his status as head coach will impact potential signings over the next few weeks, with United already set to fall behind Premier League rivals in a number of races for players.

Having been on holiday since his side's dramatic FA Cup final win over Manchester City at Wembley last month, Ten Hag is said to be aware that minority owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS have been tapping up other managers and their representatives during the conduction of a 'season review'. READ MORE: Ineos are making a mess of Man United manager search and Erik ten Hag could be the fall guy READ MORE: Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag must feel insulted by INEOS' season review process Some linked to his role have been England manager Gareth Southgate, former Brighton managers Roberto De Zerbi and Graham Potter as well as ex-Bayern Munich boss Thomas Tuchel who, despite holding meetings with Ratcliffe over the prospect of joining United, is said to want to take a break from management, therefore ruling him out of the running.

While the British billionaire makes a decision on the Dutchman's future, the optics of the situation can't look good in the meantime.

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