MANCHESTER UNITED managerial target Erik ten Hag is reportedly shocked he hasn't been offered a contract after promising talks.
Ten Hag, 52, met with Man Utd bosses last week to talk about becoming their new manager, replacing interim boss Ralf Rangnick.
And according to the Mirror, United's bosses were left impressed with Ten Hag's focus on the project at hand instead of talking contract figures.
The highly rated Ajax comes from a wealthy background, so money isn't an issue.
Ten Hag has a stake in his family business as well as his earnings from football.
But after impressing with his vision for Man Utd, the Dutchman was amazed when United didn’t open contract talks.
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The report goes on to state that United want to talk to other candidates before putting money on the table.
United have held a long-term interest in Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino.
And with his job under threat in the French capital, a deal for the Argentine is more than possible.
PSG capitulated in their champions League knockout tie against Real Madrid.
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They surrendered a two-goal lead with Karim Benzema scoring a second half hat-trick at the Bernabeu.
Superstar Kylian Mbappe, who scored two goals across both legs, may also leave PSG this summer.
United also like former Barcelona boss and now Spain manager Luis Enrique.
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