Manchester United have endured a tough premier league encounter against Aston Villa at Old Trafford. As the visitors inflicted first defeat to Ole Gunnar's side. The red devil's came at the back of two defeats earlier on. With both Young Boys and West Ham (Carabao Cup) picking three points each against United.
And that had prompted a tweeter #OleOut started trending immediately after Villa lose. Meanwhile that may have as well triggered some bookmakers. To sanction rankings of possible 'next manager' betting market. To see who could replace underfire Ole Gunnar at Old Trafford if he's fired. As per the Sun, Betfair has released managers odds over United's possible next manager if Ole is axed.
As per the same publication, PSG boss Pochettino. Is leading other candidates after links to the United job. Despite numerous rumours linking free agent Conte with United job. Still he comes second after Leicester City boss Brendan Rogers. Meanwhile Manchester United prepare to face Villareal at Old Trafford tomorrow.
The Yellow submarines won the Europa league last season. After defeating United on penalties as David De Gea missed from the spot. Now with poor start for Ole against Young Boys in the Champions league group opener. These fixture against Villareal will be a must win for United. In order to keep alive their hopes for Champions league glory.
There could be heavy consequences for the Norwegian International. If he loses these match especially with fans backlash. As they expect no more defeats for there team. And of course club's turn of fortunes. After spending on Cristiano Ronaldo, Varane and Sancho in last summer window.
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