Man Utd ‘make contact’ with Thomas Tuchel over replacing Erik ten Hag | Football

reports in Germany, which have emerged following United’s narrow FA Cup victory over Coventry City on Sunday.

Tuchel is leaving Bayern at the end of the season and it is thought that managing United would be his dream job.

It was reported back in January that United had shortlisted Tuchel as a candidate to succeed Ten Hag.

It is now thought that United have made contact with Tuchel and that minority owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe ‘highly values’ the former Chelsea boss.

Ratcliffe has reportedly asked Tuchel ‘about a commitment for the coming season’ if the Red Devils decide to part ways with Ten Hag.

Speaking after United beat Coventry on penalties this weekend to reach the FA Cup final, Jamie Carragher tipped Ten Hag to be sacked.