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Rio Ferdinand defines his position on Ten Hag's future with Manchester United

Manchester United former defender has defined his stance on the manager.

By Angus Barnes

Erik ten Hag and Rio Ferdinand
Erik ten Hag and Rio Ferdinand
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The red devils seem to be open to make some changes, and now the former center back is ready to give his stance on the idea to fire Ten Hag.

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Manchester United and their new owners seems to be looking for a fresh start in the next season, as they are looking to "clean the house" when it comes to the hierarhcy of the team and some of the players. This and the results for the team have put a question mark on the future of Ten Hag as the manager of the red devils for the next few seasons.

"If he [Ten Hag] runs it close [to getting top four], they see an upturn in form and the environment at the training ground and can see something where 'we can see what it looks like going into next season if we add the right pieces to it'... a lot of moving parts have to fall into place for him to stay," Ferdinand said on the current red devils manager.

Ferdinand then added, "If they don't finish the season well, they're losing games and it looks like the dressing room isn't a harmonious place, one thing I would say is I don't think Jim Ratcliffe and his team are shy of making big decisions. It won't be a big thing for them if they had to [sack him]." as well.

"If you coach a team, you're not just coaching 11 - it's everyone in the squad. So when they come in, they should all have their roles and responsibilities to be able to implement a certain way of playing." Ferdinand ended on one of the main issues. INEOS team idea is to change the culture of the team, and that is one reason why a new manager could really help.

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