Man United will’sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in 48 hours,’ according to reports, as part of a massive pay-off deal.


Man United will’sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in 48 hours,’ according to reports, as part of a massive pay-off deal.

Manchester United is set to fire Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the near future.

Manchester United will sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer within the next 48 hours, following a string of poor results that culminated in a 4-1 loss to Watford on Saturday. Prior to his departure, details of Solskjaer’s large remuneration package had surfaced.

United’s nightmare run continued at Vicarage Road, as a lackluster performance culminated in a dreadful defeat.

Josh King and Ismaila Sarr scored in the first half, then Joao Pedro and Emmanuel Dennis added to the misery in the second half.

At full-time, Solskjaer appeared despondent as sections of the United away fans booed him and his players.

The Red Devils will now make a financial sacrifice to fire him after five losses in their previous seven Premier League games.

According to The Sun, United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has handled his final game in command and will be fired before the end of Monday.

After the final whistle, the Norwegian club legend addressed his goodbyes to his coaching staff and players in the Vicarage Road changing room.

After awarding Solskjaer a new three-year contract in July, sacking him will cost United £7.5 million.

However, the problem has reached a terrible culmination, and the club is already making preparations to replace him.

The Glazers, according to the Times, have ordered a more aggressive approach to luring ex-Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane to Old Trafford.

After leaving Real at the end of last season, Zidane has doubts about heading to England in the middle of the season.

United, on the other hand, are expected to step up their efforts to appoint the 49-year-old as Solskjaer’s replacement in the coming days.

The three-time Champions League winner could be enticed by a larger cash package, but he would put United in a panic if he turned down another offer as the fixtures pile up.

For Tuesday’s Champions League match against Villarreal, an interim manager will most likely be in place.

But, as they attempt to get back on track in the Premier League, United will want a new manager in charge for next weekend’s difficult trip to Chelsea.

However, Solskjaer’s tenure as manager is about to an end, and confirmation will most certainly come after the board’s decision on Sunday or Monday.

After the devastation Jose Mourinho left behind, the foundations for United’s future have been built, but their next managerial appointment is crucial.

They, and Zidane, must do it right. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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