4 Top Level Managers That Could Be At Manchester United In The Nearest Future

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The Manchester United board has relieved Ole Gunnar Solskjær of his duty as a Manchester United manager. According to a statement released by the club this morning, it has been confirmed that Ole has been sacked by the Manchester United hierarchies. Ole Gunnar Solskjær played 168 games as a Manchester United coach, wins 98, drew 35, and lose 45. He was unable to win a single trophy during his 4 years spell at Manchester United. The club has also announced that former Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick will be in charge of the club's managerial role for their upcoming matches. Manchester United is also searching for a new coach to replace Ole.

Top-level managers that could be at Manchester United in the nearest future.

1. Erik ten Hag. 

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Erik Ten Hag is the current manager of Ajax football club. He became Ajax coach in 2017 and has won many trophies at the club. Ten Hag was the Ajax coach who guided the club to the 2019 UEFA Champions League semi-final. He is one of the top-level managers that could become Manchester United in the coming weeks.

2. Mauricio Pochetino Photo Credit: Facebook.

Pochetino is presently the manager of the French Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain. He was appointed as PSG manager in January this year. Mauricio Pochetino could be the one to take over the job at Manchester United, as his future at Paris Saint-Germain looks uncertain.

3. Zinedine Zidane Photo Credit: Facebook.

Zinedine Zidane is without a managerial job at the moment and has been considered the perfect manager to take over Manchester United after Ole Gunnar Solskjær was sacked this morning. He has won many major trophies in his short spell at Real Madrid. Furthermore, he is one of the top-level managers that could end the Manchester United trophy drought.

4. Brendan Rodgers. 

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Leicester City coach Brendan Rodgers could be at Manchester United in the nearest future after the club sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjær. Rodgers has won many trophies with Celtic and Leicester City. He could end the trophy drought at Manchester United.

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