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Manchester United assistant coach set to ditch Old Trafford for MLS job



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Manchester United assistant coach Eric Ramsay is set to join MLS side Minnesota United as their new head coach.

This is according to The Athletic, who claim that sources close to the deal have explained that Eric Ramsay “will leave” Manchester United and Erik ten Hag to become Minnesota United’s next head coach.

Ramsay is set to become the youngest-ever coach to hold such a position full time in the MLS, and it will be his first job as a first-team manager.

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Ramsay has been at United for several years, initially joining as a set-piece coach under Ole Gunnar Solskjær before retaining his position under both Ralf Rangnick and Erik ten Hag.

But he is now set to leave his role at Old Trafford in pursuit of a management role, with multiple clubs having had an interest in him in the past.

The 31-year-old has previously piqued the interest of both Blackpool and Swansea City, with both sides seeing their efforts rejected.

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It has been said time and time again that Ramsay’s role has grown in importance at the club since Ten Hag took the helm, and this will only help aid the new venture he is set to embark on.

We wish Eric all the best with his future endeavours.