Erik ten Hag joins Twitter! But Manchester United fans can't read any of his tweets as his locked account remains shrouded in mystery
- Manchester United's new manager Erik ten Hag has finally joined Twitter
- However, his account is locked and he is not following anyone at the moment
- Ten Hag has one follower, but it is unclear who that could possibly be
- As things stand, Man United fans are unable to read any of his tweets
Ten Hag is set to officially replace Ralf Rangnick in the Old Trafford dugout this summer, with the players due to return back for pre-season training at the start of next month.
Given that he is about to take charge of one of the most high-profile teams in the world, it would be expected that the club may try to give him some publicity by promoting his Twitter account.
Erik ten Hag is set to become Man United's permanent manager this summer
Ten Hag has finally joined Twitter, but his account is locked and he only has one follower
His tweets cannot currently be seen by anyone except his solitary, unidentified follower
However, his introduction to social media has gone somewhat under the radar instead.
The 52-year-old's account has been verified, suggesting that he is behind the profile, yet he only has one follower, and it is unclear who that is at the moment due to privacy settings.
Meanwhile, Ten Hag is not following anyone on the social media platform, as things stand.
Due to his account being locked, United fans cannot currently see what he is tweeting, or if he is sending out any posts at all.
The mysterious situation is only likely to add to the intrigue surrounding Ten Hag as he prepares to coach in England for the first time in his career.
Ten Hag attended Man United's final match of last season, but did not speak to reporters
He attended the Red Devils' final game of last season at Selhurst Park, but refused to give much away to reporters before or after the match.
The Dutchman then kept his cards close to his chest the following day in his opening press conference at the club, praising the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Maguire, but not going into details about how they could fit into his side next term.
It now seems that fans are unlikely to get any more answers out of Ten Hag on Twitter, unless his account is eventually unlocked.
The former Ajax manager has a huge task on his hands to turn things around at United after their dismal 2021-22 campaign, which saw them finish down in sixth place.
They missed out on the top four by 13 points, and ended up 35 points adrift of Premier League champions Manchester City.
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