Morning Man Utd fans
Manchester United are not chasing Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel to be their new manager, according to reports.
The German has been linked with the position at the Red Devils, which will become vacant in the summer when interim boss Ralf Rangnick moves into a consultancy role.
But Sky Sports are now reporting United are ‘not considering’ Tuchel and describe him being linked to the Old Trafford hot-seat as ‘media talk and not reality’.
As it stands, Erik ten Hag is the front-runner to become Manchester United’s new manager.
The Ajax boss, 52, has emerged as the club’s preferred option after it completed extensive background checks on targets.
In other news, Former Manchester United star Gary Neville has criticised the current crop of Red Devils for not keeping a low profile after their Champions League exit to Atletico Madrid.
He tweeted: “I remember a time when United players, managers, executives wouldn’t be seen in their local Italian after a draw at home let alone getting knocked out of Europe.
“This last week we’ve seen a global tour of F1, Concerts, Cricket and UFC events. This lot are Tone Deaf!”
And finally, Man Utd have been put on red alert with Paulo Dybala to depart Juventus at the end of the season.
The Argentine ace will be available on a free transfer having failed to agree terms on a new deal in Turin.