Manchester United are reported to be in talks to bring in former Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The former coach has been termed as a perfect replacement for Solskjaer whose performance at the club has been under serious scrutiny.
Solskjaer has found himself in trouble following a 1-0 defeat by Arsenal at old Trafford leaving them at 15th position in the League table.
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Even though the Red Devils recorded amazing results against PSG and Red Bull in the Champions League, doubt still lingered especially when they went down Basaksehir from Turkey.
Immense pressure is still to come if another poor results will be recorded over the weekend when they face Everton this weekend.
Backing from the club’s board will go a long way as the Norwegian seeks to record convincing results in coming matches.
The club will however have to fasten things up to get the former Tottenham boss as other clubs are lining up for his signature ad many other coaches are approaching Manchester United.