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Manchester United could appoint Gareth Southgate as next Manager

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Gareth Southgate could be appointed as the new manager at Manchester United if the management decides to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, according to a The Sun.

The English Tabloid reports that the current England manager could emerge as the top contender for the job at the Old Trafford if they decide to part company with Solskjaer at the end of the season.

The same article states that former Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is also waiting in the wings should the 20-time English champions decide to swing the axe at Old Trafford.

The Sun go on to add that Pochettino would rather take over the reins at Manchester United rather than Arsenal, although the Argentinian head coach would have to pay Spurs £12.5m if he takes another Premier League job this term.

The Red Devils are in the sixth position in the Premier League table and eight points adrift of Chelsea FC, who occupy the final Champions League qualification spot.


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  1. Stephen Anderson Reply

    No way should Manchester United appoint Gareth Southgate. He definitely isnt good enough. Southgate looks well as England manager because he has the pick of the best English players. But look at his club record as a manager. He was sacked.

  2. Martin Hubbard Reply

    Why would they sack him!! Honestly these reports are such fake news. Everyone can see he has a plan and will be backed to see out the plan. They have to hit rock bottom before they can thrive again I’m certain this season saw that! A win v spurs and city proves he has it in him and too does the players. Back off and let him do his job

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