Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could lose his job if reports coming out of the Italian media is anything to go by.
Solskjaer led Manchester United to their worst start in the Premier League era and he’s under serious pressure as a result.
According to the report from popular Italian news portal Tuttosport, Manchester United are closing in on the appointment of former AC Milan and Juventus boss Maximiliano Allegri as the replacement for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
It was also revealed that Allegri will earn 6.5 million pounds on a yearly basis when he becomes the Manchester United manager.
Maximiliano Allegri was the Juventus for five years before he resigned from the job at the end of last season shortly after he led them to an eighth successive league title.
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He replaced Antonio Conte as the Juventus manager in the summer of 2014.
Allegri won five Italian Serie A titles while he was the Juventus manager.
The Italian tactician also led Juventus to two Champions League finals in three years.
Maximiliano Allegri and Juventus were beaten 3-1 during the 2015 Champions League final by Spanish champions Barcelona.
Juventus reached the Champions League final two years later and they ended up on the losing side again via a 4-1 loss to Real Madrid.