The Old Trafford boss has been under-fire after the loss to Turkish side Istanbul Basaksehir during Wednesday’s Champions League encounter. The boss came under attack from fans and pundit after his side’s below par performance in Turkey.
Manchester United went to Istanbul with a fully fit squad and a wealth of quality all over the pitch, poster boy Paul Pogba even started from the bench. After the team’s loss to Turkish side Istanbul, fans across the globe began a rally cry with regards to United’s recent dip in form and back to back defeats.
This has led to the chiefs at the Theatre of dreams thinking of replacing under-fire boss Ole. Information from the United camp suggests that Mauricio Pochettino has been listed as the heir to the throne, should Ole be axed from the Old Trafford dugout.
With Pochettino out of job at the moment and keen on a return to the management phase, Old Trafford seems lucrative for him and will no doubt agree to manage the 20 time league champions.
Hence, with United sitting 15th on the league table and 4 points away from the relegation zone, Saturday’s game away from home against Everton at Goodison Park will become crucial for Ole to redeem himself or else he faces the sack.