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Manchester United will consider sacking under-pressure manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season and Gareth Southgate is understood to be a leading contender to replace him. Solskjaer was given the Old Trafford job permanently in March 2019, however, Man United have been in dreadful form since and are currently experiencing their worst ever Premier League season. AFP or licensors Solskjaer is under increasing pressure The Daily Mail reports that if results don’t improve then the Norwegian will go and England boss Southgate could take over after Euro 2020. The report also claims that Man United want Solskjaer to turn things around but senior sources have quoted the ‘Kenny Dalglish scenario’, when Liverpool got rid of the club legend in 2012 which paved
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer "thought about himself before the player" when Marcus Rashford picked up a back injury which could keep him out for three months, says former England striker Ian Wright.Rashford, 22, came on as a substitute and then went off injured during United's 1-0 home win over Wolves in last week's FA Cup third-round replay.Wright, speaking on the Monday Night Club on BBC Radio 5 Live, believes "someone should be held accountable" because it is likely to cost United. "Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he knew Marcus Rashford was struggling and played him against Wolves - now he's out for three months," said Wright."We're talking about an explosive player that's goi...
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants six new signings over the next two transfer windows to return Manchester United to their former glory, reports claim. The Red Devils are plotting a revamp of their entire squad in 2020 following a season littered with new low points, the latest being a 3-1 defeat by neighbours Manchester City at Old Trafford. AFP or licensors United were alarmingly poor on Tuesday night and pressure continues to mount on Solskjaer Solskjaer’s men found themselves three goals down after 38 minutes of the Carabao Cup semi-final, and, in truth, it could’ve been more. With Ed Woodward, Sir Alex Ferguson and their fellow board members watching on in horror, it highlighted the club’s desperate need for reinforcements. According to The Times, Red
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