Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag emphasized that their Champions League exit doesn’t mark the end of their season’s aspirations. Following their elimination from Europe after a 1-0 loss to Bayern Munich, Ten Hag highlighted the team’s focus on other competitions despite setbacks in the Carabao Cup and their current Premier League position.
“Even after our exit from the Champions League, there’s a lot at stake. Our primary focus now shifts towards the Premier League,” Ten Hag affirmed, acknowledging the importance of competing at the highest level.
“While the Champions League is the level we strive for, our aim is to secure a top-four spot and make a comeback to the competition next season. We also have the FA Cup, offering additional opportunities,” Ten Hag remarked, emphasizing the various avenues available for the team to succeed.
Ten Hag’s comments suggest Manchester United’s determination to bounce back in domestic competitions while keeping the long-term goal of European football in sight.