Ten Hag's Uncertain Future at Old Trafford Amidst Poor Performances

Manchester United's European hopes ended with a 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich. The team needed maximum points to progress to the Champions League knockouts but fell short. Humiliation follows as they finish at the bottom of a group featuring teams like Copenhagen and Galatasaray.

Ten Hag's management under question as they are out of both the Champions League and EFL Cup. A six-point gap separates them from fourth-placed Manchester City in the Premier League. Despite past achievements, Ten Hag's future at Old Trafford is uncertain if poor performances persist.

Facing Liverpool on Sunday, a third consecutive loss at Anfield could jeopardize Ten Hag's position. Anfield has been a challenging venue for United, with a 7-0 loss in their last meeting in March.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe's £1.3 billion investment in the club is pending finalization. The completion of the investment could impact decisions regarding Ten Hag's future. Unless the investment is finalized, neither interim CEO Patrick Stewart nor football director John Murtough is likely to make a significant decision like sacking the Dutchman.

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