Erik ten Hag to dump Man Utd stalwart Mike Phelan as a part of Previous Trafford backroom revolution

ERIK TEN HAG is about to swing his axe and take away Manchester United stalwart Mike Phelan from the Previous Trafford backroom crew.

Reviews recommend the 59-year-old is not going to be within the dugout subsequent season as Ten Hag brings in his personal trusted workers.

Reviews declare Mike Phelan is not going to be a part of Erik ten Hag’s backroom workers at Manchester UnitedGetty

Phelan and Ralf Rangnick’s workers will all transfer on, in response to the Each day Mail.

Rejoining Manchester United in 2019 below Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after serving as a participant and assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson, Phelan is held in excessive regard on the membership.

The Mail go on to say he might stay on the membership relying on the result of talks with chiefs, however he is not going to be within the dugout.

United confirmed on Monday that Mitchell van der Gaag and Steve McLaren will probably be assistants to Ten Hag subsequent season.


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Van der Gaag was No2 to Ten Hag at Ajax, whereas the brand new boss additionally labored with McLaren at FC Twente in his native Netherlands.

The ex-England boss has additionally frolicked as assistant at Previous Trafford earlier than below legendary boss Ferguson.

One other first-team coach might additionally reportedly be a part of the set-up within the close to future.

Present first-team coaches Chris Armas and Ewan Sharp, plus psychologist Sascha Lense, all introduced in by Rangnick, will reportedly go away.


Goalkeeper coach Richard Hartis and set-piece specialist Eric Ramsay will stay on the membership.

Rangnick will keep on too and transition into his consultancy position subsequent summer time.

After serving as interim boss at Previous Trafford a lot a lot of this season, the German will juggle his new place with managing the Austrian nationwide crew.