Sir Alex Ferguson and Ralf Rangnick eye different candidates for Manchester United job

Reports suggest there is a split at Manchester United over who should be the next manager.

According to the Daily Mail, Sir Alex Ferguson prefers Mauricio Pochettino, but Ralf Rangnick feels Erik ten Hag is the better choice.

It remains to be seen what role Rangnick will have at the end of the season, although he is supposed to be to be working as an advisory to help the board make better decisions.

Meanwhile, Ferguson is not expected to have much of an influence over who gets the job next, with John Murtough and Darren Fletcher tasked with finding the right man to take the club forward.

A lot of United fans won’t want to hear Fergie’s opinions on the next manager because he was responsible for giving David Moyes the job back in 2013, however, it would be foolish not to ask for his view if he’s willing to share it. This is the greatest manager of all-time and it is believed that he’s been a big fan of Pochettino since the Argentine started working in England.

Ten Hag reportedly impressed club chiefs during his interview last week, yet United could take another few weeks before making their decision.

Either way there’s a good chance Ten Hag will leave Ajax in the summer and it looks like Pochettino’s time in Paris is coming to an end.

For some time I was leaning towards Pochettino, although now I’m learning towards Ten Hag.

Let us know in the comments if you agree with Ferguson or Ten Hag?

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  1. Don’t listen to Fergie always misleading the club. He was better as a coach but the worst advisor ever. Now we CR7 because of him and battling for top 4. Ole wanted a DM

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