MANCHESTER UNITED need to move quick to secure Erik ten Hag as their new manager as he is reportedly attracting interest from other clubs.
Earlier this week SunSport exclusively revealed that the Ajax head coach was at the top of the pile to be offered the position at Old Trafford and it has since been confirmed that he has interviewed for the role.
But according to The Mail, Man Utd will need to be swift in their dealings with Ten Hag as two other European clubs have spoken to him.
The other two unnamed sides are Champions League regulars – with one having already tabled an offer to the Dutchman.
There are also reports in Holland that Ten Hag could stay at Ajax after he signed a new deal last year following an unsuccessful interview with Tottenham.
PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino is the other candidate Man Utd are thought to be keen on.
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The Argentine has come under huge scrutiny following his side's Champions League last 16 defeat to Real Madrid.
But the Red Devils are not the only side interested in bringing Pochettino in.
Real Madrid have also been linked with his services despite current boss Carlo Ancelotti leading them to the top of the LaLiga table and the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Los Blancos chiefs are thought to be unhappy with the style of football Ancelotti is playing at the Bernabeu.
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And that could open the door for Poch to come in at the end of the season.
Other names linked to the Man Utd vacancy include Sevilla boss Julen Lopetegui and Spain head coach Luis Enrique.
However, Enrique is expected to remain with the Spanish national team until after the World Cup this winter.
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