Ajax FC manager Erik ten Hag is worried that Manchester United is yet to offer him a contract despite attending an interview in the past week.
Hag is the favorite to take over the host seat at old Trafford but with the summer fast approaching, the tacticians want to plan early so as to start concentrating on his new job.
The Mirror reports that the 52-year-old impressed by his assurances that getting time to rebuild the team was more important than a fat contract but was amazed when United didn’t give open contract talks.
United is said to have done so as they still want to talk to other potential candidates including PSG’s Mauricio Pochettino and Luis Enrique of Spain before they put their cash on the table.
There have been claims that the Dutchman isn’t interested in money owing to his wealthy background. He is a major shareholder in the property and financial services empire set up by his father, Hennie, in 1989.
Its huge portfolio of interests includes one of the biggest estate agents in Holland and is now run mainly by Ten Hag’s two brothers, Rico and Michel but all three brothers hold an equal share of the company.