Mauricio Pochettino has reportedly backed the idea of reinstating Manchester United dressing room Ole Gunnar Solskire.
The Red Devils are struggling to form, both domestically and in Europe, and are under intense pressure from boss Salzcazar to turn things around.
United have met with former Tottenham manager Pochettino this week following the Red Devils’ defeat by Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League.
It is said that the Old Trafford club is feeling the Argentine is likely to fail to improve on the results, perhaps due to the replacement of Soulskier.
Manchester United have seen their move down from the relegation zone to just one place after learning of their defeat to Everton this weekend.
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Manchester United have been supporting Solskazer for the time being, but the Daily Mail reports that the changed room supports his idea of change, rather than Pochettinho, should come to the worst.
Pochettino was recently at Sky Sports discussing his desire to return to management.
“I have always been ready to get back into the game. I love football, it’s my job,” he said.
“It’s not the pressure when you’re working, it’s not the pressure on the training ground, it’s not the pressure to prepare the game, it’s not the pressure to compete.
“My hair is long, look. I hope to cut it when I start working again.”
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