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Man Utd: Ranieri Supports Solskjaer, Ferdinand Suggests Solskjaer's Replacement, and More

Jude Bellingham

Jude Bellingham has been an outstanding breakthrough player for the past couple of seasons and this has seen him gain positive acclaim and recognition all over the world. He is now a regular first-team member at Borussia Dortmund and also a regular squad member of the England national team where he is yet to establish himself in the first eleven. It is worth mentioning that Bellingham has achieved all of this just at the tender age of 19 and many have predicted that he will evolve to become one of the most versatile and composed midfielders the world has ever seen.

Football pundit Roy Keane has been a great fan of the youngster for a couple of years now and it comes as no surprise when he recently suggested that Manchester United should make a move on him. He said that if Bellingham is signed in January or next summer, he will solve a lot of problems in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.

Rio Ferdinand 

Ajax have been on a flying note this season leading in both the group standings of the UCL and the Dutch Eredivisie League. Their goalscoring record has also been mouth gaping as they have netted 49 goals in just 15 matches this season in all competitions. And all of these achievements have been credited to Erik Ten Hag who has been a massive influence on the Dutch club this season. He has attracted the attention of many clubs this season but has turned all of them down as he insists that he has a project to complete at Ajax.

Rio Ferdinand recently claimed that Ten Hag should be the manager that Manchester United’s board should be looking forward to signing. He added that Ten Hag’s tactical knowledge will go a long way in ensuring that Manchester United get back on track and on winning ways.

Claudio Ranieri

Watford FC manager Claudio Ranieri has said that he understands Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s position at the club and he hopes that he finds a way to wriggle himself out of the problem he is currently in. He said that working under such pressure has never been helpful because more often than not coaches usually lose their focus when faced with such shortcomings and end up making the wrong calls which hamper the team’s development. He called on the Manchester United fraternity to give Solskjaer all the support he needs so that he can set the record straight as he is expected to.

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Erik Ten Hag Jude Bellingham Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Rio Ferdinand Roy Keane

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