Manchester United tracking Ruben Amorim situation

Ruben Amorim has been linked with a summer move away from Sporting CP, with Manchester United, Chelsea, and Liverpool interested.

Ruben Amorim has been linked with clubs like Chelsea and Liverpool in recent weeks. A report from TEAMtalk has claimed that Manchester United are now tracking his situation. Erik ten Hag is under a lot of pressure after a disappointing season with the Red Devils so far, and Manchester United might decide to part ways with him.

Erik ten Hag has failed to get the best out of his players at Manchester United, and most of his big-money signings have not worked out either. The Red Devils could be keen on a fresh start and Amorim would be a superb addition.

The 39-year-old has proven his quality at Sporting CP, and it is no surprise that he is on the radar of top clubs like Chelsea and Liverpool. He has the quality to make a difference at the Premier League club and he could improve them immensely.

Chelsea, Liverpool keen on Amorim

Mauricio Pochettino has not been able to get Chelsea firing this season, and the Argentine manager faces an uncertain future. The Blues are thought to be keeping tabs on Amorim as a potential replacement. Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will leave the club at the end of the season, and they will need a quality replacement.

It will be interesting to see if Manchester United can beat their Premier league League rivals and secure the services of the 39-year-old manager this summer. The opportunity to join a big club like Manchester United can be quite attractive for him, and he will feel that they have the resources and the players to help him achieve his ambitions.

The Portuguese tactician has already won trophies at Sporting CP. But a move to a top Premier League club could help him win a major tournament in the near future. A club of Manchester United’s statue should be competing in the Champions League regularly and fighting for trophies. Ten Hag has not been able to deliver that despite significant backing in the transfer market.

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