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Thomas Tuchel and Manchester United have a mutual interest in seeing the Paris Saint-Germain manager take over Old Trafford, according to a report.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer he has continued to face pressure despite the fact that his team has recorded four consecutive Premier League victories.
The last of them came on Saturday when the Red Devils fought back to beat West Ham. In fact, fighting after conceding first has proven to be a key feature of United’s recent career.
UnitedHowever, the next test is possibly the most important of the season so far. They need a point against RB Leipzig on Tuesday to qualify for the last 16 of the Champions League.
Previous reports have stated that United keep an eye on former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino as a possible replacement for his Norwegian coach.
According to IMAGEHowever, PSG’s Tuchel is also on his radar. The German reportedly has no intention of extending his contract in France, which runs out at the end of the season.
As such, if United does not reach the knockout stages in Europe, the Red Devils bosses will keep an eye on him more amid questions about Solskjaer.
And what is more, IMAGE Journalist Christian Falk has claimed that (via Twitter) there is a mutual interest between Tuchel and United. While the club monitors his situation, the manager is also keen to move to Old Trafford.
Elsewhere, French font Le Parisien They have claimed to explain the reasons for Tuchel’s desire to move.
The report (via Receive French football news) states that he has a turbulent relationship with sports director Leonardo. In fact, the boss has wanted to replace the technician since his arrival in 2019.
Meanwhile, Tuchel is reportedly angered by the way the French media reported on him. As such, he is eager to escape and experience a new climate.
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For now, however, Solskjaer remains in command of Old Trafford ahead of Tuesday’s decisive clash.
Speaking after his team prepared for the game in Germany with the victory at West Ham, the coach faced questions as to whether his team’s tendency to win by comeback peaked.
However, he praised David Moyes’ team for making it “difficult” for his team.