Top manager agrees to replace Solskjaer and become next Man Utd boss

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According to CaughtOffside via Daily Express, Manchester United have reached a verbal agreement with Brendan Rodgers to become the next Manchester United boss.

The report claims Rodgers wants to wait until the end of the season before replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United boss.

But Manchester United are pushing the Leicester City boss to accept the job now to avoid a total collapse of the club this season under Solskjaer.

The Manchester United board believe Rodgers will bring attractive, entertaining football to United should he take charge.

After finishing second last season behind Manchester City, Solskjaer was expected to turn Manchester United into title challengers this season particularly after the arrivals of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane back in the summer.

However, 4 defeats in our last 6 Premier League games have seen Manchester United lose ground on the Premier League title race.

Would you want Rodgers to replace Solskjaer as Manchester United boss?

1 Comment on "Top manager agrees to replace Solskjaer and become next Man Utd boss"

  1. Solskjaer should leave man united,,, we are tired we are tired of this useless defeats over nothing when we have all able prayers to score goals

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