MU super currency, coach Solskjaer coming "flying chair" like Mourinho?
Sources from Manchester Evening News said the leaders Manchester United have contacted representatives of coach Mauricio Pochettino to suggest that he take over "hot seat" at Old Trafford to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjær.
MU leaders have approached representatives of Pochettino
Solskjaer huge pressure after losing to two consecutive matches in the Premier League (0-1 against Arsenal) and Champions League (1-2 before Istanbul Basaksehir) just a few days. In fact, the future of the Norwegian national strategy has always been questioned for nearly two years in power, but does not help "Reds" progress or win any trophy.
In the 2020/21 Premier League, MU ranks 15th with 7 points / 6 games, the first time after 48 years of not winning the first 4 matches on Old Trafford (3 loses, 1 draw). Even in defeat against Everton Round 8 this weekend takes place can make them drop from fifth to 17th, which aim area "relegation".
Though many times publicly supported Solskjaer, Manchester United certainly leadership must aggressively as it did with David Moyes, Louis Van Gaal or Mourinho to stop the momentum of the crisis.
When asked about the future after defeat to Istanbul Basaksehir, Solskjaer said: "I refuse to comment on that. In such situations, you must firmly. I was recruited club to do a job and I do it with all my ability and help the team. "
Solskjaer will leave if United continue losing Everton this weekend?
Towards Pochettino, Argentine strategist "sitting idle" since parting Tottenham in November last year, in spite of getting the attention of many big teams. In an interview on Sky Sports recently, the Argentine strategist is ready for re-export declaration football.
Information MU interested Pochettino appeared long. Recently, the so-reputation scaling boldly 6/5 (set 5 eat 6) the ability to "Reds" Solskjaer fired, topped the list of coaches in danger of losing the earliest Premier League . Besides, Pochettino is candidate No. 1 spot at the rate of 1/3 Solskjaer from the house.