Manchester United have been lately seen looking at the available options for the permanent managerial position. The red devils are yet to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer having brought Ralf Rangnick to stand in as the interim manager.
Top names have already among the club's wanted list. These include Mauricio Pochettino, Eric Ten-Hag,Luis Henrique among many. With little hope of luring a premier league top manager into the job, Manchester United have always set their sights abroad.
However, today they have received surprising news from Liverpool's legend and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Caragher. According to the former Red's star, United should consider making a plot to land the German tactician.
Sighting the current terrible situation at Stamford Bridge, Caragher could not miss telling Tuchel to consider moving to Old Trafford should an opportunity emerge. It is remembered that United Kingdom's government today seized Abramovic's assets including Chelsea. The club thus cannot make any transfers or sell any other tickets.
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