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Man Utd new boss’ win record, trophies, salary and star signings

After months of speculation, Erik ten Hag has been appointed the brand new supervisor of Manchester United.

Ralf Rangnick become added in lower back in November to tackle an meantime position after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer become despatched on his way, and the intervening months have visible numerous names related with a flow to Old Trafford, however the board has now showed that the Ajax supervisor will take at the everlasting position.

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The 52-year-old has been in charge of the Dutch Eredivisie club since 2017 having previously worked with the Go Ahead Eagles, Bayern Munich II and Utrecht.

His move to the Red Devils will not only signal ten Hag’s first managerial role in England but his first trip outside the Netherlands and Germany.

With ten Hag due to take over at Old Trafford in a couple of months time, let’s take a look at his past success…

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