Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, is facing increasing scrutiny and pressure after a series of disappointing performances.
Despite a successful first season, where the team finished third and won the Carabao Cup, United has started the current season poorly, losing three out of their first five matches.
The recent loss to Brighton at Old Trafford has raised concerns about Ten Hag’s position.
The upcoming Champions League match against Bayern Munich and the league match against Burnley are seen as crucial for Ten Hag to turn things around.
Pundit Chris Sutton believes that while the situation is not yet a crisis, Ten Hag needs to deliver good performances and results quickly to alleviate the mounting pressure.
He also suggests that managing the off-field issues and big egos at United is posing additional challenges for Ten Hag.
This article was updated 1 month ago