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3 Managers That Could Replace Solskjaer At Man U

Manchester United have not been in the best of form as their outing on Sunday proved that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer isn’t the manager that will take the club far both at the UEFA Champions League and Premier League. 

The Red Devils lost embarrassingly to Klopp’s men as Egyptian playmaker, Mohamed Salah got a hat trick at Old Trafford. Things went from bad to worst as Paul Pogba saw a red card after a two footing challenge on Keita. He will now miss three matches including a much important game against Tottenham Hotspurs.

However, many Manchester United fans have been calling for the sack of manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and here are three managers that will fit into the club: 

  1. Zinedine Zidane: The French man is a world class coach and is currently without a club. He has shown that he is the man to handle top clubs after lifting the Champions League thrice with Real Madrid and also the La Liga. He is one manager that know how to manage Cristiano Ronaldo and bring out the best in him. 
  2. Antonio Conte: The former Chelsea and Inter Milan manager is currently out of coaching job and will be interested in returning back to England. He was phenomenal last season as he guided inter Milan to lift the Serie A ahead of Juventus. His winning spirit is what Manchester United currently needs 
  3. Erik ten Hag: The final man on the list is Ajax head coach. He is currently doing a great job in both the Champions League and Eredivisie. He has won the league twice and also gotten to the Semi finals of the UEFA Champions League in 2019 with a team that can barely boast of top players. 

Manchester United are currently languishing in 7th position and are tied with same points with Arsenal. 

If Manchester United are to sack Solskjaer, who would you love to take over at Old Trafford? Drop your thoughts in the comment section and don’t forget to share. Thank you 

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