Manchester United hold talks with Kieran McKenna’s representatives to appoint him new manager – Man United News And Transfer News

Manchester United have held talks with Ipswich manager Kieran McKenna to replace Erik ten Hag.

While there has been no official statement from United on plans to replace Ten Hag, the club’s commitment to McKenna suggests they are weighing up their options.

Key United officials participated in the meeting, including chief executive Omar Berrada and technical director Jason Wilcox.

This development comes amid continued uncertainty over Ten Hag’s position, particularly with United’s eighth-place finish in the Premier League and the looming FA Cup final against Manchester City.

Sky Sports News reports that McKenna, currently managing Ipswich Town, is also on Chelsea’s shortlist to replace Mauricio Pochettino, highlighting his growing reputation within top-flight football circles.

Despite growing interest, Ipswich Town are keen to retain McKenna.

Speaking to Sky, the club made it clear that they want him to continue leading the team in their Premier League campaign.

This firm stance reflects McKenna’s integral role in the club’s recent successes and his reluctance to part ways with a coach who has achieved notable results.

The next few days could be crucial for both United and McKenna.

The final result of the FA Cup could significantly influence United’s decision on Ten Hag’s future.

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