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The latest odds for the next Manchester United manager have revealed a standout favorite, as Erik ten Hag is under increasing pressure following a disappointing defeat against Crystal Palace.

The frontrunner for the next Manchester United manager position has become clear following Erik ten Hag’s uncertain status after the team’s loss to Crystal Palace.

The pressure on Ten Hag has intensified following Manchester United’s disappointing 4-0 defeat against Crystal Palace in the Premier League at Selhurst Park.

Speculation about who could potentially replace Ten Hag at Manchester United has arisen, with the latest odds shedding light on the potential candidates.

After Monday night’s defeat, which sees United currently seventh in the league, 13 points behind fourth-placed Aston Villa and a staggering 29 points behind leaders Arsenal, Ten Hag’s future looks uncertain.

Thomas Tuchel, the former manager of Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea, is the favorite to take over the managerial role at United, with odds of 2/1 if the club decides to part ways with Ten Hag. Tuchel, currently with Bayern Munich, is expected to leave at the end of the season and has been linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent weeks.

Following Tuchel, Gareth Southgate, the current England manager, stands as the second favorite with odds of 3/1, while Graham Potter, the former Chelsea and Brighton manager, is third with odds of 5/1.

Other names in contention include Roberto De Zerbi, Zinedine Zidane, Julian Nagelsmann, Unai Emery, and Kieran McKenna, among others.

Here are the latest odds for the next permanent Manchester United manager according to Sky Bet:

  • – Thomas Tuchel – 2/1
  • – Gareth Southgate – 3/1
  • – Graham Potter – 5/1
  • – Roberto De Zerbi – 11/1
  • – Zinedine Zidane – 11/1
  • – Julian Nagelsmann – 12/1
  • – Unai Emery – 16/1
  • – Julen Lopetegui – 20/1
  • – Kieran McKenna – 20/1
  • – Ruben Amorim – 20/1
  • – Thomas Frank – 20/1
  • – Michael Carrick – 25/1
  • – Thiago Motta – 25/1
  • – Jose Mourinho – 33/1
  • – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – 33/1

Despite the pressure, Ten Hag remains determined to turn things around at United, expressing his commitment to fight for better results in the upcoming games.

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