Manchester United consider naming former Juventus manager, Massimiliano Allegri as Ole Solskjaer’s replacement as claimed by Daily Mail.
It’s no news that the Red Devils are currently having a bad season and its been reported earlier that Ed Woodward seems very unease with Ole Solskjaer still in control of the club.
According to reported gathered from popular football news outlet, Dailymail, Manchester United are believed to have pointed out former Juventus manager, Allegri as best replacement for Solskjaer.
The Red Devils risk being relegated with just one match victory away from the relegation zone and the Man United board has been reportedly planning a move for Solskjaer’s replacement.
Massimiliano Allegri had earlier received an offer from Paris Saint German to replace Thomas Tuchel but his desire to come to England led to him turning down the French offer.
The 52-year-old is also rumored to be linked to a move to Tottenham Hotspur but the chances of a move to Spurs appear to be very rare as the North London side still hopes for a recoup under Pochettino who has managed to make them a major league contender over the past years.
Allegri will forever be remembered in Juventus history for winning the Serie A back to back throughout his reign as Juve manager.