Man Utd owner Erik ten Hag was spotted walking with his wife in Australia

As Erik TEN HAG gets ready for a big week as manager of Manchester United, he took some time off to spend with his wife.

Erik ten Hag was spotted taking a walk with his wife Bianca

Even though he is still facing a lot of pressure at Old Trafford, the Dutchman was spotted out for a stroll with his wife Bianca.

They took walks in Cheshire and stopped for lunch throughout their time together.

The pair were strolling around Cheshire

Right now, Ten Hag has a lot to do because his situation at United is uncertain.

The Red Devils have a HUGE week ahead of them, and their last chance to win a trophy is on Wednesday.

United will be going on the road to play Nottingham Forest in the fifth round of the FA Cup. Ten Hag is hoping to keep the cup dream alive after United lost in the Champions League and the Carabao Cup this season.

Ten Hag was taking some time away from the training ground amid doubts over his future at Manchester United

Even though Manchester United is 16 points behind league leaders Liverpool, they are still not in the running for the Premier League title.

They lost 2-1 to Fulham at home on Saturday, ending their 10-game win streak in 2024.

The sixth-placed Premier League team has a short trip to face fierce foes Manchester City next in the league, which will make things even tougher.

The Dutchman and his wife headed for some lunch

The game on Sunday could be very important for Ten Hag, who is 54 years old. Since Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s £1.03bn takeover, there have been a lot of questions about his long-term future.

Rumors are going around about possible substitutes for Ten Hag if things go badly with the British billionaire who is taking over football operations at the club.

The Theatre of Dreams has a bright future thanks to Ratcliffe and his big pockets, but Ten Hag might not be in charge in that future.

Ten Hag has a huge week ahead for his career at Man Utd

But the former Ajax manager has told those who are getting angry at his management to look at the bigger picture.

After United lost to Fulham, which was upsetting, he said, “After one loss, you have to look at the bigger picture, and it looks very good.”

We need to catch up in some areas. If we can cut down on accidents, we’ll be able to keep our balance better.

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“Also, add to the team during the off-season. You can see that there are a lot of good players with a lot of potential. They will keep getting better.”

“We’re going in the right direction for sure; when we have the whole team together, we’re very good.”