Micky Gray, a former England winger, has cautioned Erik ten Hag not to approach Manchester United at the time.
After witnessing the Red Devils lose to Liverpool in the Premier League last night, Gray, a former Sunderland winger, delivered the warning.
Liverpool gave Ralf Rangnick's squad a crushing setback, with goals from Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, and Luis Diaz deciding the game.
The result cast more doubt on the Reds' chances of finishing in the top four this season, and Gray believes it was not the perfect time for Ten Hag to take over at Old Trafford.
It looks like Erik ten Hag will be tasked with cleaning up the Man United mess from next season, but the Dutchman was urged by talkSPORT’s Micky Gray to get out while he still can.
“Once upon a time, this [Liverpool vs Manchester United] used to be the biggest battle in the Premier League,” he said on talkSPORT.
“Now, there is a gulf and a gap between the two teams like I’ve never seen before.
Things you can say about Manchester United at the end of this game – no fight, heartless, where’s the desire? Full of quitters.
Stay away, Erik Ten Hag. You do not want to come to this club at the moment with the squad of players they have right now. ”
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