The players at Manchester United want Mauricio Pochettino to take over as manager in the summer… Ralf Rangnick, on the other hand, prefers Ajax’s Erik ten Hag.
Now that new chief executive Richard Arnold has taken over, the Red Devils are expected to ramp up their hunt for a permanent leader.
And word on the street is that the players want former Tottenham manager Poch to take over.
Erik ten Hag, the manager of Ajax, will be scrutinized by United’s leadership in the following weeks.
Meanwhile, as Bazzup Sport reported last month, interim manager Ralf Rangnick still has a chance to persuade the board that he is the right man for the job in the long run.
The fact that current PSG coach Mauricio Pochettino has previously worked in the Premier League is considered as a huge plus by the current group.
The position of the 49-year-old in the French capital is said to be in jeopardy this summer.
And if his club loses their Champions League final against Real Madrid, the end could come sooner.
Pochettino is thought to be on the list of probable successors to Carlo Ancelotti at the Spanish giants.
United would have to act quickly to secure their guy.
Rangnick, who is set to join Old Trafford as a consultant in the summer, is thought to favor a move for Ten Hag.
After Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was fired in late November, United were anticipated to make a move for Poch.
PSG, on the other hand, were unwilling to release him since they were unable to persuade Zinedine Zidane, their preferred successor, to join them in the middle of the season.