Manchester United have been heavily linked with Antonio Conte as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is currently under pressure to lose his Job after a recent run of poor results. Manchester United were butchered at Old Trafford on Sunday by Liverpool who won 5-0 to seal all the 3 points. The defeat saw many Man United fans urge the board to sack Solskjaer and replace him with an experienced Manager. Antonio Conte is reportedly open to taking Man United manager's role but has reservations over club's transfer structure according to Express Sport Reports.
The Red Devils owners the Glazer family are yet to decide on Solskjaer fate as is reportedly protected but have shortlisted three-managers with potential to replace under-pressure Ole. The 3 managers include Antonio Conte, Zinadine Zidane and Brendan Rodgers as they have ability to succeed at Old Trafford according to Mirror Football reports. Antonio Conte is favourite candidate according to multiple but he would want reassurance over the clubs direction and transfer structure according to Samuel Luckhurst reports.
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