Manchester United have been given a huge boost to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with an ideal candidate revealing his desire to manage in England.
Sometimes in life you just don’t quite make it. Through no fault of your own it was never meant to be. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s situation at Manchester United has often felt like that. The Norwegian has toiled away at Old Trafford but it has been to no avail. The club is set for inevitable failure under his leadership and have suffered some hugely disappointing results under his reign.
At times it is hard to watch. Solskjaer was adored as a player during his time with the Red Devils. He is rightly considered a cult hero. But his time as manager has been a stark contrast to his playing career.
Solskjaer was full of bundles of energy as a player and had the ability to spark life into the team as a substitute. Now as a manager his Red Devils side often play lifeless and lack energy and desire. It has seen the team dominated by clubs much further down the Premier League table such as Burnley and Watford in recent memory.
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For some reason things haven’t clicked into gear for Solskjaer and perhaps it is time for change. Especially with a plethora of exciting young managers who could take the reign at Old Trafford.
And now speaking on Sky Sports via the Guardian the former Tottenham manager revealed that he is ‘ready and would love’ to return to the Premier League once more.
Mauricio Pochettino has the potential to be the perfect replacement for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Argentinian is young and regarded as a hugely exciting coach. He led Tottenham to their first ever Champions League final before being sacked by the club in November which was considered as undeserved by many.
What do you think should Mauricio Pochettino replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer?