Man United have reportedly reached an agreement with Ole Solskjaer’s replacement following their poor run of form
United could be switching managers soon following latest report from Caughtoffside.
The Red Devils are keen to get back to winning ways after such a long spell of poor results under Ole Solskjaer.
Despite Sir Alex Ferguson’s plea for more time, it appears Solskjaer could be shown the door soon as United are already running out of patience.
But surprisingly, Solskjaer still claims he doesn’t feel like he is living on borrowed time as United manager because of the conversations he has had with the board.
The Norwegian although made this claim immediately after the final whistle of the Manchester Derby where they slumped heavily to another defeat.
So, it’s understandable that things could have changed in the past couple of hours should this claim from Caughtoffside be true.
According to the report put out by Caughtoffside, United have reached an agreement with Leicester City manager, Brendan Rodgers who is viewed by the board as the most possible replacement for Ole.
The report also states that despite agreeing ‘verbally’ to United’s job, Rodgers still suggested to wait until the end of the current season but United are ‘pushing’ to see him take over as soon as possible.
This news could come as a relieve to United fans BUT is Rodgers actually the right man for the job after United lost out on their chance to land Antonio Conte.
Looking at Rodgers chances of succeeding as a Man United fan, one can easily foretell it to be a slim-chanced probable situation.
The current Man United team, needs not only a manager with experience in the Premier League but also a manager who has had experience managing big stars in same calibre with Pogba and Ronaldo and so on.
Just like Chelsea’s Thomas Tuchel, who was manager and Borussia Dortmund before he headed to Paris Saint German where he managed some of the most classy stars in Europe.
With this team he reached the UEFA Champions League final but sadly lost until he came back to the final with his new side Chelsea and brought back to London, the Blues’ second UCL trophy.
Indeed, this is the type of manager, Man United needs but no one can tell, he could succeed if he takes over the job.
Neither United nor Leicester City are yet to release any statement on this which clearly still classifies the news as a ‘rumor’.