Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still has a lot to prove if he must keep his job at the Old Trafford as more names are being mentioned as a possible replacement.
The Norwegian manager did not start the season well as he watched his team suffer two humiliating defeats in three games. This has caused lots of reactions and has made the fans uncomfortable.
The name of former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino was immediately mentioned as the one that should take over the job because of his availability as he has been out of a job for the past months.
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Man United hierarchy have also met with Mauricio Pochettino over the matter and has confirmed his readiness for the job, according to reports.
However, former Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri is reported to be on the shortlist as he is also available in the market.
The Italian tactician is known for his experience in the game, having handled a number of big clubs. He could be of help to the Red Devils.
Pundits have argued that the Red Devils fans will not be satisfied with the idea of the Italian boss because his pattern does not accommodate expansive football which will not be pleasing to them.