England football – Man Utd: Solskjaer fired, Zidane says no


In the aftermath of the humiliation experienced by Manchester United at Watford, the leaders of the Red Devils decided to sack Solskjaer. The Mancuniens are now looking for a new manager.

It is now only a matter of time, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will quickly leave the Manchester United bench with a hearty check for 9 million euros in his pocket. For weeks now, the former Red Devils’ future has looked bleak, but on the return from the international break the away loss to Watford was the straw that broke the camel’s back. According to several English media, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be sacked this Sunday and in the process it is the duo composed of Darren Fletcher and Michael Carrick who will temporarily take control of the English club in order to prepare for the Champions League match next Tuesday in Villarreal. However, the two former players will not stay long in this position, and the Mancunian board is already working to find the one who will have the mission to revive a totally lost team. In recent days, Zinedine Zidane’s name has come up regularly, the Times even having mentioned intensive contacts. But according to L’Equipe, “ Zidane is not making United his priority at all at the moment. « 

A version that also confirms the Manchester Evening News, which affirms for its part, that this track leading to the former French coach of Real Madrid was mainly intended to calm Cristiano Ronaldo  » more and more frustrated And whose agent, Jorge Mendes, would have even asked for and obtained assurances that Saturday’s rout at Watford was going to be followed by strong decisions. But the Manchester daily says that the hypothesis of the arrival of Zinedine Zidane is not at all the hottest on the side of the Glazer family whose management is increasingly contested by fans of the Red Devils. The big favorite for the post would be Brendan Rodgers, the current Leicester coach who is linked with the Foxes until 2023, although the English club are also thinking of Erik Ten Hag (Ajax) and Luis Enrique (Spain). On the other hand, the track leading to Laurent Blanc would also have been mentioned.



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