Manchester United have confirmed the appointment of Erik ten Hag as their new manager from the end of the season to June 2025, with the option to extend for a further year.
Since Solskjaer's sacking in November, Ralf Rangnick has been in temporary charge of first-team matters with the German set to move into an advisory role at the end of 2021/22 campaign. 90min understands that Rangnick's choice for the job was Ten Hag.
The question is, just what sort of coach are Manchester United getting?
Perhaps more importantly, is Ten Hag the manager who can end United's concerning trophy drought? Here is a look back at the silverware he has lifted during his fledgling career so far.
How many trophies has Erik ten Hag won?
1. Bayern Munich II - Regionalliga Bayern (2014)
The first trophy of Ten Hag's career came during his time in charge of Bayern Munich's second-string.
Under his guidance, Die Roten's young guns secured the Regionalliga Bayern title, a league that acts as one of the feeder divisions to Germany's third tier.
2. Ajax - KNVB Cup (2019)
Ten Hag's first proper trophy came in May 2019, when he oversaw Ajax's 4-0 victory over Willem II in the KNVB Cup final.
Daley Blind opened the scoring for the favourites before a brace from Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and a late strike from Rasmus Nissen Kristensen sealed an emphatic victory.
3. Ajax - Eredivisie (2019)
Ajax followed up their cup success by securing the Eredivisie title a few weeks later.
Top spot was only assured late on in the season after a wobble from long-time leaders PSV Eindhoven.
Ajax's old rivals sat in first for 25 straight matchdays before Ten Hag's side finally wrestled their way back to the summit in the final weeks of the season.
4. Ajax - Johan Cruyff Shield (2019)
The Johan Cruyff Shield is the equivalent to the Community Shield in England with the Eredivisie holders squaring off against the KNVB Cup winners.
However, as Ajax lifted both trophies the previous season they instead squared off against league runners-up PSV in a one-off game.
Kasper Dolberg got them off to a perfect start inside one minute and Blind made sure of the win just after the break.
5. Ajax - KNVB Cup (2021)
With the 2019/20 Dutch domestic season cancelled due to the pandemic, Ajax would have to wait until 2021 to defend their KNVB Cup title.
They met Vitesse in the final and won in dramatic circumstances. Ryan Gravenberch opened the scoring in the first half but Ajax were soon pegged back by Ikoma Openda.
David Neres then left it late – very, very late – to seal victory, popping up with a strike in the 91st minute to send the trophy back to Amsterdam.
6. Ajax - Eredivisie (2021)
PSV ran Ajax close in 2018/19 but the big dogs of Dutch football reasserted their authority during the 2020/21 campaign.
Ten Hag's charges were crown champions by 16 points this time around, even though their top scorer, Dusan Tadic, only managed 14 goals.
The highlight of the season was a 13-0 – yes, 13 – win over VVV-Venlo.
- Erik ten Hag: Managerial history, key influences, playing style & more
- Erik ten Hag: 'Manchester United is a great club with great fans'
- Erik ten Hag: His relationship with Donny van de Beek
- Erik ten Hag: Who is on his coaching staff?
- Every Man Utd manager since the club joined the Football League in 1892