Man United have begun negotiations with Rudi Garcia, the former Lyon manager, as John Murtough considers a surprise move.


Man United have begun negotiations with Rudi Garcia, the former Lyon manager, as John Murtough considers a surprise move.

Manchester United is considering their alternatives before naming an interim manager.

Former Lyon manager Rudi Garcia has been questioned by Manchester United for the club’s interim manager role. Despite mounting suggestions of Mauricio Pochettino’s willingness to join immediately, United are continuing their search for a caretaker manager until the conclusion of the season.

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After a humiliating 4-1 loss against Watford the day before, the Red Devils fired Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Sunday.

Michael Carrick has stayed at the club for ‘immediate’ fixtures, and his first game in command was a victory on Tuesday.

United won 2-0 against Villarreal to clinch their status as Champions League Group F winners with one game to spare.

United were reportedly in talks with ex-Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde to replace Carrick until May, according to reports.

Valverde, though, does not appear to be the only candidate the club has spoken to since Solskjaer’s departure.

United have also spoken to Garcia about taking command till the end of the season, according to Andy Mitten.

Prior to Tuesday’s win at the Estadio de la Ceramica, the 57-year-old discussed his future with club authorities.

He is reported to consider England to be the birthplace of football, and Darren Fletcher and John Murtough will make the final decision on whether he is the appropriate man for the job.

Garcia led Lyon to the Champions League semi-finals in 2019-20, defeating Juventus and Manchester City along the way.

In 2011, he won the league and cup double with Lille, the first trophy for the French club in 50 years.

The former midfielder has a proven track record of reviving faltering clubs such as AS Roma, Marseille, and Lyon by efficiently utilizing young players.

His ability to communicate in English, Spanish, and Italian, in addition to his native French, has proven to be a huge asset in every dressing room he’s entered.

Despite mounting speculation over Pochettino’s availability, United appear set on choosing an interim manager until the conclusion of the season.

According to reports, the Argentine is desperate to return to the Premier League and would leave PSG if United approached him about a permanent role in the near future.

Given his huge buy-out provision in his Ligue 1 contract, it would be a difficult operation, but if both parties want it, it may happen. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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