Former player predicts Graham Potter as the next Man Utd manager after being recommended by Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Former Manchester United player Tom Cleverley believes that Graham Potter would be a great choice for the club if they were to part ways with current manager Erik ten Hag. There are rumors that incoming investor Sir Jim Ratcliffe has shown interest in Potter as a potential boss for the team. Cleverley praised Potter’s coaching abilities and believes that he is suited for a club of United’s caliber. Despite being out of work since his sacking by Chelsea, Potter’s potential as a manager is being recognized, with Ratcliffe being a huge fan and wanting him at French side Nice. As United’s future takes shape with new ownership, the possibility of Potter taking over at Old Trafford seems to be gaining momentum.

Former Manchester United player Tom Cleverley has suggested that the club should consider hiring Graham Potter as their next manager if they decide to part ways with Erik ten Hag. SunSport has reported that potential incoming investor Sir Jim Ratcliffe has shown interest in Potter as a potential boss for the team.

Cleverley believes that Potter, who was recently sacked by Chelsea, would be a good fit for the club. He pointed out that Potter’s coaching experience and managerial skills make him suitable for a top-level club like Manchester United.

Ratcliffe, who is set to buy 25% of United, is said to be a big admirer of Potter and had considered him for a position at a different club. Potter had also previously declined an offer to manage Championship side Stoke, indicating that he is looking for a major opportunity to return to management.

jamal hejaze

Hello, I'm Jamal Alhejazi, a dedicated sports writer with a passion for delivering compelling sports news. With a deep understanding of various sports disciplines, I bring a unique perspective and insightful analysis to my writing.
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