Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag said he will battle Liverpool and Manchester City to end their dominance in the English Premier League (EPL).
Ten Hag, admitting that both English teams play good football, stressed that there comes a time when their dominance will come to an end.
The former Ajax manager, who held his maiden press conference on Monday barely 24 hours after he watched United’s defeat by Crystal Palace, opined that other clubs want to end the era of Reds and City’s dominance.
“In this moment, I admire them both. They play really fantastic football, both Liverpool and Man City. But you always see an era can come to an end and I’m looking forward to battling with them,” he responded to journalists’ questions.
“And I am sure all the other clubs in the Premier League want to do that,” Ten Hag added. The Red Devils’ boss reiterating that no era lasts forever, is confident in propagating a new era with Manchester United disassembling the dominance.