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Man United out on Tuchel, Pochettino if Ten Hag exits - sources - ESPN

Manchester United are unlikely to appoint Thomas Tuchel or Mauricio Pochettino if they sack Erik ten Hag, sources have told ESPN.

Tuchel and Pochettino have been among the candidates under consideration as potential replacements if United decide to part company with Ten Hag.

Tuchel's representatives were sounded out before the end of the season and further meetings have taken place over the last two weeks.

However, sources have told ESPN that Tuchel is no longer in the running to replace Ten Hag if there is a vacancy at Old Trafford.

There are concerns he is not the right fit for United's new structure and, according to a source, incoming sporting director Dan Ashworth wants a «yes» manager rather than someone to challenge the recruitment department over the make-up of the squad.

The decision to break off talks has been described as «mutual».

A source has told ESPN that United have also cooled on the idea of appointing Pochettino, who is a free agent after leaving Chelsea, with the Argentinian now viewed as an outsider.

As well as Tuchel and Pochettino, United have also made contact with Thomas Frank and Roberto De Zerbi.

One candidate, Kieran McKenna, has decided to stay at Ipswich Town after agreeing a new long-term contract at Portman Road while another, Gareth Southgate, has indicated he is only focused on leading England at Euro 2024, which kicks off in Germany on Friday.

United are hopeful of concluding their end-of-season review this week although club sources insist there is no set timeframe for the process.

Ten Hag, according to a source, remains in the dark about whether he will continue as manager.

Sources have told ESPN that United remain convinced they are on track with their summer plans despite delaying a

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