Manchester United hierarchy has been reported to have revealed a manager they refused to give a job at Old Trafford after sacking their club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.The Manchester club was unsatisfied with Solskjaer's performance and sacked him and immediately after they were linked to several names as they were busy looking for a new boss. And according to report, the Manchester club refused to give Brighton boss Graham Potter opportunity to coach the Old Trafford side as they felt he was not the quality they were looking for during manager hunt.
The Manchester club was concerned with Potter's lack of Champions League experience and they didn't see a reason why they gamble with him in their project of moving the club back to the top level.
This comes at a time when Manchester United landed Erik Ten Hag and promised to back him on his journey to return the club to glory days.But as the summer transfer windows continues things are tough for the Dutch manager as he is not getting the support he needs from the club hierarchy and ours is to wait and see what happens at the end.
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