Rumour Has It: Manchester United consider Nagelsmann as next manager

Luke Shaw hamstring

Luke Shaw hamstring

"Ole is a three-365 days imaginative and prescient of a squad".

According to the specific report from The Times, Solskjaer will stay as the Manchester United manager even if he loses the next game against league leaders Liverpool in the Premier League.

Nagelsmann is now in his second job as head coach, with the United target starting his career as Hoffenheim manager aged just 28.

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With United sat 12th in the Premier League table, Solksjaer could be fearing for his job if results don't change, and Nagelsmann would be the ideal replacement for the club.

Van der Sar gained 4 Premier League titles with United and has been linked with the vacant director of soccer function on the membership in latest months.

Legendary goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar has attributed Manchester United's struggles to the disappearance of strong characters in the dressing room, and said the situation at Old Trafford is "a long way" from the club he left eight years ago. The big names being eyed for next season are Kalidou Koulibaly and Declan Rice, Goal reports. AS suggest this is around €12m (because that is listed by Transfermarkt), yet that's clearly completely unrealistic.

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On the least life like one of those signings will likely be accelerated to the January window with United having already drawn up a checklist of targets to pursue in the arrival weeks.

AS now claims the Norway global is on Real Madrid's radar following his fine start to the season.

- Finally, in more news concerning United bosses of the past, the Mirror and the Daily Mail say there is a growing chance David Moyes could return to Everton if the under-fire Marco Silva is sacked, with the Scot now odds-on in some places to take charge again.

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