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"He Is Almost Coaching Now" Pundit Backs Star Player As Ole Gunnar's Successor At Old Trafford

Hi everyone welcome to our today's football article relax and feel free. It is another golden chance to have our readers back to our daily football news arena where we talk about all the latest trends and upcoming stories and events in soccer from all the world. Manchester United is considered among the top contenders for the major trophies including the UEFA champions league and the English premier league after good signings of Raphael Varane, Tom Heaton Jadon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo. Pressure has started be falling United manager after an exit of the Carabao cup competitions following a 1-0 defeat to Westham with different fans and pundits advocating for Ole Gunnar's exit.Former Aston villa boss Tim Sherwood has tipped theunited legend to be the perfect replacement of the Norwegian at Old Trafford. Tim has further explained his opinion.

According to the Talksport Sherwood is backing Cristiano Ronaldo to be the next united manager. The pundits feels that Ronaldo has already started his job at the club. Tim gives the champions league game against Young Boys as the case example where after being substituted Ronaldo started giving some instructions to the players at the pitch.Sherwood feels that if Solskjaer fails to win the league title this season then Ronaldo could be the next red devil's boss.Below are some of Sherwood's words in the Talksport interview. The soccer analysts continuous praise does not end there as he believes that the Portuguese star did it once again in the national team which led to the winning of the 2016 UEFA nations league final against France.

Therefore this means that Solskjaer's job is at risk with the 36 year old showing his much readiness and ability in the task. Do you think that he can be the best successor at the club? Drop your comments below.

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