Rene Hake comments on impending Manchester United move

Manchester United have been linked with a move for Go Ahead Eagles head coach Rene Hake recently, with a deal close.

Rene Hake is expected to join Manchester United as a part of Erik ten Hag’s backroom staff, and he has now revealed that the opportunity to join Manchester United is a no-brainer.

When asked if joining Manchester United is a no-brainer, Hake said: “Yes!”.

“It is not in the back of your mind, but in your forehead. It can’t get any crazier, right?” he added while speaking to Algemeen Dagblad.

Hake is now closing in on a move to Manchester United, and it will be interesting to see if he can establish himself as an important figure at the club. Manchester United had a disappointing season by their standards despite winning the FA Cup. A club of their stature is expected to compete for major trophies, and they will be looking to push the likes of Arsenal and Manchester City this season.

Manchester United will need to bring in quality reinforcements during the summer transfer window, and it seems that they are looking to shuffle the backroom staff as well. Hake is highly regarded in Dutch football, and it remains to be seen whether he can make a defining impact next season.

Manchester United have decided to back Erik ten Hag

Manchester United were linked with a number of managers in recent weeks, but they decided to stick with Erik ten Hag in the end. They must pull out all stops to support the Dutch manager now and give him the best opportunity to push for trophies next season. Improving the backroom staff and bringing in quality players will certainly help Manchester United bounce back strongly.

Meanwhile, a move to the Premier League will be an exciting opportunity for Rene Hake, and he will look to prove himself in English football. It will be interesting to see if he can help Manchester United improve on the pitch next season. Manchester United are one of the biggest clubs in the world, and the opportunity to work with them can be hard to turn down for any coach. It is more surprise that Hake considers the move a no-brainer.

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