Manchester United’s new manager Erik Ten Hag will pocket a huge sum if he is to take the club back to the Champions League.
United failed to qualify for Europe’s premier club competition last season under Ralf Rangnick and the Dutchman has been tasked with the duty of bringing glory days back at Old Trafford but it will come with some incentives.
The Daily Mail report Ten Hag will receive £ 3 million if he is able to lead United back into contention for the European Cup in his first season at Old Trafford. The former Ajax boss has two opportunities to qualify, thanks to their involvement in the Europa League. The winners of that competition also receive a slot in the following season’s Champions League group stage.
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According to The Sun, missing out once again would result in debts of around £90million. Part of that is made up of the £25million they will have to forfeit from their kit manufacturer deal with Adidas. United currently receive £75million a season from the German brand, but that will drop by a third if they fail to qualify for the Champions League for the second year in a row.
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