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Manchester United are still looking for a full-time coach, three months after firing Ole Gunnar Solskjær.
Ralf Rangnick has taken temporary responsibility until at least the end of the campaign, but some mixed results have hampered his hopes of getting the job permanent.
A number of names have been linked to one of football’s most prestigious positions, although one candidate is apparently favored by the players.
Not the result your support deserved, Reds.
– Manchester United (@ManUtd) February 8, 2022
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Mauricio Pochettino is still the favorite to succeed Solskjær as United‘s next permanent boss, and according to The Express, it’s an appointment that will fall into place.
The Red Devils’ first-team stars are said to have made it clear that Pochettino, who is under pressure a year into his time with Paris Saint-Germain, is their preferred option.
Ajax chief Erik Ten Hag is another candidate to lead United from next season, but there are concerns about his lack of experience in English football.
– While there is uncertainty about who will be responsible for at United next season, the Premier League heavyweights push on with transfer plans. This is stated by Sport1 Borussia Dortmund defend Manuel Akanji is one of those targeted at.
– Memphis Depay could be heading out of Barcelona less than a year after arriving at Camp Nou. Sport claims that Barca have other attacking options in mind, too Dortmund Super star Erling Haaland still on their radar.
– Inter remain in conversations with Ivan Perisic over a new contract at the San Siro. According to Nicolo Schira, the Croatian national team player is close to putting pen to paper on an extension that runs until July 2024.
– Inter (@Inter_da) February 6, 2022
Calciomercato reports it Milano planning interviews with representatives of Little central defense Sven Botman. The highly regarded defender has been hailed as a target by several clubs across Europe, in particular Newcastle United.
– chelsea have not given up hope of binding Antonio Rudiger down to a new deal, according to Goal. It is claimed that the German national team player has been offered close to £ 200,000 a week to reject interest from real Madrid and PSG.