Ajax chief Gerry Hamstra says that he hopes manager Erik ten Hag will remain at the club next season, amid strong links with a move to Manchester United.
Ajax chief Gerry Hamstra has stated that he hopes Erik ten Hag remains at the club next season, amid rumours linking the manager to Manchester United.
The 52-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford, and it was reported that he was interviewed by the Premier League giants at the beginning of last week.
Speaking to Dutch outlet Voetbal International, Hamstra made his feelings on the situation known: “It would be fantastic if Ten Hag is still our coach next season. He still has a contract but we all know how the world works. For now he is focused on this season, these important months. Time will tell what will happen after.”
Ten Hag’s contract at the Johan Cruyff Arena runs until 2023, and he has currently guided his side to top of the Eredivisie, two points clear of PSV Eindhoven.
Having added value to his CV during his time at Bayern Munich, Ten Hag has got Champions League experience and managing sides at the elite end of European football.