According to Ji-sung Park, Wayne Rooney will succeed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as United manager, but he must improve if he wants to preserve his job.
Ji-sung Wayne Rooney will succeed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as United manager, according to Park, but he must improve if he wants to keep his job.
Former Manchester United player Ji-Sung Park believes Wayne Rooney will take over as manager at Old Trafford one day.
Rooney’s managerial career began with a trial by fire at Derby County, a financially troubled club.
Park, on the other hand, believes Rooney has the potential to succeed in management and eventually take over at Manchester United.
Goal, Park said: “I believe Wayne will be able to make it. From an early age, he had fantastic experiences, and he faced many problems during his career, which he eventually overcame.
“He is, without a doubt, a superb leader. As a result, I believe he has the ability to lead United in the future.” Rooney, according to Park, will have to wait for a while before being given the keys to one of the world’s most prominent clubs.
Despite the fact that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces the possibility of being dismissed, Park believes the Old Trafford board of directors should allow him until the end of the season to turn things around.
He continued, saying: “Solskjaer has been manager for three years, and I believe this season will determine whether he stays at the club or not.
“I think he deserves credit for what he’s accomplished at United, and I think he deserves to fight for his job until the end of the season, but he needs to show that he can continue after that.
“He did an excellent job of recreating the traditional spirit and culture of the United States.
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“As a result, I believe we should hold off until the season’s end to see what occurs. If he cannot demonstrate [that he is capable], it will be difficult for him to continue.” Solskjaer, on the other hand, may not have that luxury.
The club’s board of directors is already looking for a replacement, with Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers leading the pack.
In preparation for the role, he’s even begun hunting for a property in the Cheshire area.
Elsewhere The vacant role has been linked to both Zinedine Zidane and Mauricio Pochettino.
PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino is thought to be ‘open’ to the idea of returning to the Premier League.
Jose Mourinho is hopeful that Zinedine Zidane, the former Real Madrid manager, will be attracted to Old Trafford by his’special friendship’ with forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
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