Paper talks: Man United to fire Solskjaer if he loses to Norwich city

Paper talks Man United to fire Solskjaer if he loses to Norwich city
Paper talks Man United to fire Solskjaer if he loses to Norwich city

Paper talks: We take a look at the headlines for today as Manchester United are already fed up with the low performances under Ole Solskjaer Gunnar and hands the Norwegian decisive match.

DAILY MIRROR

  • Tottenham player, Dele Alli has swiped into Yoga activities as he hires specialist in order to quickly return to his peak forms, while teammate, Christian Eriksen is keen that his refusal to his renew contract has nothing to with poor form.
  • David Moyes is set to make a sensational return to Everton as The Toffees poor start has fueled pressure on Marco Silva.

THE SUN

  • Two Brighton fans have been gifted lengthy bans with potential criminal charges looming around the duo amid racial offence during their victory over Spurs.
  • Manchester United ready sack letter for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and sets to issue the Norwegian if he he losses to Norwich City at the end of the month. Losing to Liverpool FC will just quicken the news.
  • Manchester City Chairman, Khaldoon Al Mubarak fully aware Pep Guardiola will step down if it all goes wrong with the Citizens.

DAILY MAIL

  • Manchester United have another name as Ole Solskjaer’s replacement and its RB Leipzig manager, Nagelsmann. Former Juventus manager, Allegri is also another name on the Red Devils’ list.
  • Jose Mourinho has been of lately monitoring the situation at North London as he prepares to return to management with Pochettino clock ticking against the Argentine.
  • Chelsea reacting to back-to-back loss from Valencia and Liverpool has been accredited to strategical pressure mounted on the old boys of the team by Frank Lampard and his second.
  • Championship side, Reading  expected to fire manager, Jose Gomes in the next 24 hours.
  • Lewis Gibson sets for sensationional return to Newcastle United from struggling Everton.

THE TIMES

  • Real Madrid frontman, Gareth Bale still interested to force a move out of Bernabeu despite getting playtime percentage than that of last campaign.

 

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