Gary Neville predicts new Man Utd manager announcement NEXT WEEK as 80 per cent of fans agree on next boss

MANCHESTER UNITED could announce a new manager as early as next week, according to Gary Neville.

This comes after it was revealed that Erik ten Hag had already been interviewed for the job at Old Trafford.

The Ajax boss has reportedly been very keen to take over from Ralf Rangnick at the end of the season, and has even been learning English in a bid to impress club chiefs.

But, he has not been the only target for the Red Devils.

Man Utd have also expressed an interest in PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino.

However, the Argentine recently hinted that he is willing to stay in Paris as long as he is allowed more of an input on certain decisions regarding the club's strategy.

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Thomas Tuchel is another name that has been brought up in the wake of Chelsea's current crisis.

The German is said to be 'open' to a move away, and it was reported that the Red Devils had made an approach earlier this month.

Now, former United defender Neville has had his say on the matter, and has suggested that the new manager could be announced next week.

He took to Twitter to say: "Reports Ten Hag has been interviewed this week.

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"If formal interviews have started and with it being such a public process I would expect a new manager announcement within a week or so."

He also added a poll for fans to choose who they would prefer as the next appointment.

Ten Hag was overwhelmingly favoured by Man Utd fans, and received 80 per cent of the vote.

Meanwhile, Pochettino was left with just 20 per cent.

The club's main aim for the remainder of the season is to qualify for the Champions League by finishing in the top four of the Prem.

Whoever the new boss is, there's no doubt that they will be wanting to compete at the highest level of European football.

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