Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United’s legendary manager, has offered his best wishes to Erik ten Hag, the club’s new permanent manager.
Ferguson has instructed the Dutchman to “take control” of the club’s deteriorating situation.
Last week, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s replacement, Ten Hag, was announced on a three-year contract with a 12-month extension option.
Since the renowned Scot retired at the end of the 2012/13 season, he will be the fifth permanent replacement to Ferguson.
Since Sir Alex’s retirement, United has failed to win the Premier League, with its most recent prize coming in the Europa League in 2017.
When asked if Ten Hag may be the guy to turn United’s fortunes around on RTE Racing, the former United manager responded, “I hope he does well, the club needs someone to get in control, and I hope he does well.”