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Erik ten Hag will “work remotely” this week after moving to Manchester on Monday.
The Dutchman is already in town just days after leading Ajax to title glory.
But Ten Hag will stay away from Carrington and Old Trafford until Ralf Rangnick has taken charge of United’s final game against Crystal Palace.
The Manchester Evening News adds Ten Hag does not want to “distract” players as they look to secure a Europa League finish.
Meanwhile, Dutch legend Marco van Basten has urged Erik ten Hag to sign Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech for Man United.
Ziyech and Ten Hag worked together at Ajax, with the Moroccan a key player in his XI.
And with the playmaker struggling for minutes at Chelsea, Van Basten believes a reunion should be on the cards.
He said: “What comes to my mind now is that I think Ziyech who already plays in England could be a very good footballer at Manchester United for Erik.”
Elsewhere, Juventus deny they held talks with Man Utd star Paul Pogba over a free transfer.
Chief executive Maurizio Arrivabene said: “Pogba is a United player, respect first of all goes to him and his team.
“His agents are the same as [Moise] Kean and [Luca] Pellegrini, it is normal to meet them. The subject today was not Pogba.
“If we wanted to talk to Pogba we must talk to United first, it’s a gentleman’s agreement between the clubs.”
Finally, Man United have been dealt a huge blow in their pursuit of Matthijs de Ligt.
United have been linked with a summer move for the Juventus defender.
But the centre-back has reportedly penned a new deal with the Serie A giants until 2026, according to Diario Sport.