Manchester United's management have no intention of sacking manager Erik ten Hag, despite the team's negative results with him this season.
This was confirmed by the famous journalist "Fabrizio Romano", who stressed that the idea of dismissal was not put on the table of the management.
On the one hand, there is great confidence in the work of Ten Hag and that he is able to remedy the current situation, and on the other hand, there are administrative changes that will take place in the coming period, so there is no intention to change the structure of the club before that.
Romano stressed that the news that has been circulating about negotiations between the English club officials and Zinedine Zidane or current Sporting Lisbon coach Ruben Amorim is completely untrue.
Manchester United opened their season on a humble note, after 11 Premier League rounds winning 6 games and losing 5, and also knocking out the Carabao Cup in the fourth round at the hands of Newcastle with a 3-0 defeat at Old Trafford.
United's crises could increase in the event of failure in the Champions League, as the Reds lost the first two games to Bayern Munich and Galatasaray, before beating Copenhagen, and a crucial game awaits them against the Danish club at home.
United have faced a slew of injuries this season, led by Casemiro and Lisandro Martinez, along with Luke Shaw and Terrell Malasia, while Jadon Sancho was suspended with the intention of selling him in January following a row with Ten Hag.