Manchester United 'were keen on Gareth Southgate but will not appoint the England manager' with the FA eager for him to stay

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  • Manchester United have reportedly chosen not to appoint Gareth Southgate 
  • The FA are eager to keep Southgate and are prepared to give him a new contract 
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Manchester United have reportedly decided against appointing Gareth Southgate as their new manager.

According to The Mirror, Southgate could be eager to manage in club football again.

However, United are said to have chosen not to name Southgate as their new boss as the timelines do not align. 

The FA are reportedly prepared to give Southgate a new contract, with his current deal set to expire in December.

United have been linked with a host of other managers amid suggestions that they could dismiss Erik ten Hag. 

Manchester United have reportedly decided against appointing Gareth Southgate

Manchester United have reportedly decided against appointing Gareth Southgate

Manchester United have reportedly decided against appointing Gareth Southgate 

Southgate was linked to United amid much uncertainty over the future of Erik ten Hag

Southgate was linked to United amid much uncertainty over the future of Erik ten Hag

Southgate has received much praise for the work that he has done as England manager, which included reaching the final of Euro 2020.

However, there is now an increasing focus on whether he will be able to guide the Three Lions to glory this summer.

The FA also have yet to identify a potential successor to Southgate.

The FA have yet to identify a successor to Southgate, whose contract expires in December

The FA have yet to identify a successor to Southgate, whose contract expires in December

Southgate has been England manager since 2016. He was previously in charge of England's Under-21 side, having commenced his managerial career with Middlesbrough.

United have reportedly held talks with Thomas Tuchel but it is understood that the former Bayern Munich manager is no longer under consideration.

Mauricio Pochettino, Thomas Frank and Roberto De Zerbi have also been linked with the position.

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