Edwin van der Sar, CEO of Ajax Amsterdam, thanked Erik ten Hag for four and a half years of work as a trainer, and wishes the 52-year-old a success in his work. With Manchester United, according to a report from ‘De Letegraf’ on Thursday.
Ten Hag leads Ajax Amsterdam It won the Dutch league for the third time in four years and it was the club’s 36th title after a 5-0 thrashing of Heerenveen 5-0 in Johan Cruyff’s final game in the ring. Reina, before the 52-year-old coach, will take charge of the final squad for Sunday’s visit to Vitesse and will move into the Red Devils’ role thereafter.
‘Eric.. Sometimes I think. ‘You’re weird’ but you exceeded all expectations,’ Van der Sar told Ten Hag after the game ‘football outstanding, Champions League semi-final, league title’.
‘You will leave for a club close to my heart. I hope you find the best there. Thank you, Eric ten Hag!’
Van der Sar also revealed on the date Manchester United appoint Ten Hag as their new manager, Ajax is unwilling to lose their best coach.
‘4 and a half years is a good time. But we would like to keep Eric at Ajax longer.’