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2 Things Manchester United Should Do After Conte Plans To Return Next Season.

Conte said he will be returning to football next season with a new project, with a new club that has been demanding his services. These are the two things Manchester United should do after what Conte said.

1. The Club Needs to Sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: Manchester United last won a trophy four years ago. That is not good for a team like that. Conte has proven himself at Juventus, Chelsea and Inter Milan. Fans want to see a new manager who can bring them the same as Manchester City and Chelsea. Ole Gunnar depends on individual brilliance and his tactics do not seem to work. Manchester United have lost two games already this season.

2. Sign new players and offload the old ones: When you also look at this United team, some of these players are average. They are still lagging in the defensive midfield position. They still have to get a right-back that can cross the ball for Cristiano Ronaldo. Mata and Matic do not need a new deal. Halland, Declan Rice, can make Manchester United a title contender next season. The club has spent a lot, but they have to continue when they get the right players.

Manchester United will continue their campaign for a trophy this season against Aston Villa and will also play against Villarreal in the Champions League. Ole Gunnar is still the manager because he is a legend at the club. If he was the manager of Chelsea, they would have sent him packing. Barcelona and Arsenal want to get him. If Conte returns to the premier league, he might dominate the league as he did with Chelsea.

Ole Gunnar is a nice manager, but he needs to be harsh with his selections. Joel Glazer has seen the current manager as a long term manager, and Manchester United fans should not expect any change in the management. Only Ronaldo can not guarantee trophies this season.

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