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Manchester United exit confirmed as INEOS stance on Antony revealed



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Manchester United’s first-team coach Eric Ramsay will leave the club whilst INEOS seem to have made up their mind on controversial winger Antony.

Ramsay, 32, joined the club as a set-piece coach under Ole Gunnar Solskjær. However, the former Chelsea employee moved into a more general coaching role when Erik ten Hag took over at Old Trafford.

The talented coach has led first-team sessions alongside Mitchel van der Gaag and held various other responsibilities in the last two years.

However, after it was reported earlier this week that Minnesota United was nearing an agreement to make Ramsay the youngest-ever MLS head coach, it has since been confirmed by The Athletic that a deal has been reached, with Ramsay agreeing to join the American club.

It was added that the United coach will depart the club following the Manchester Derby on 3 March.

Meanwhile, a new report from Steve Bates has explained that INEOS consider Antony to be in the “firing line” after a poor start to his career at the club.

The Brazilian has just one goal and one assist this season – both coming in the 4-2 win against League Two side Newport County last month.

Antony has since been displaced in the side, with Alejandro Garnacho excelling on the right wing.

However, the aforementioned report added that Ten Hag wants more from the winger he signed from former club Ajax for £86 million and is looking to give him another chance despite the underwhelming performances.

The United manager will resist attempts to sell or loan out the wide player in the upcoming summer transfer window; however, INEOS’ current stance seems clear.