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Confirmed by Fabrizio Romano Premier League manager has been sacked this afternoon and Graham Potter has taken his place

Following their European exit, Manchester United now focuses on their upcoming Premier League match against Liverpool. The recent defeat by Bayern Munich in the Champions League worsens their situation, especially with injuries to key players Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw. United’s last-place finish in Group A leaves them with no Europa League fallback, increasing the pressure.


Off the pitch, there’s anticipation surrounding the potential investment from INEOS founder Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who aims for a 25% minority takeover valued at £1.25 billion. This collaboration with the Glazer family could impact United’s plans for the January transfer window, potentially leading to a reshuffle in the squad.


Despite the Champions League disappointment, there are no immediate plans to replace manager Erik ten Hag. The Glazers are mindful of the impending INEOS deal and are unlikely to complicate matters by sacking Ten Hag. His fate may hinge on Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s decisions.


INEOS has shown interest in managers like Graham Potter, but it’s uncertain if they see him as a suitable candidate for the Old Trafford job if Ten Hag leaves. Amidst these ownership and managerial uncertainties, United faces a crucial test against Liverpool, which will not only impact their on-field performance but also their broader transformation and strategic direction.

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