Man United keen to make this one key signing in January

Tanya Simon
October 17, 2019

Solskjaer has taken plenty of the blame for their terrible form, which has them sitting just 12th in the Premier League, and it seems the Manchester United board are ready to bring in one of the hottest free-agent managers in Massimiliano Allegri to replace him, according to reports in Italy.

If Liverpool do beat Man Utd, they will equal Man City's Premier League record 18-game winning streak set during the 2017/18 season when they reached an incredible 100 points.

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Those suggestions have been exacerbated by United's numerous injury problems this term and, although Solskjaer does not regret letting Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez leave, he did confirm the club are looking at potential January reinforcements.

It hasn't been an easy few month for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United. So, you can't really say, "oh I wish I didn't do that".

"You must not get fixated on tactical systems, but make the most of the characteristics of the players".

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"January is a hard window, anyway, but if there are players available and at the right price, I'm sure we will spend". The Manchester United boss is under tremendous pressure to save his job following a awful start to the season.

Allegri is prepared to move in once Solskajaer is sacked and it is reported that the Italian tactician is willing to bring his two former Juventus players Emre Can and Mario Mandzukic to Old Trafford if he is appointed.

Last season, Jose Mourinho was sacked by the Red Devils before Christmas and the pressure is now building on Solskjaer.

Following United's latest defeat, away at Newcastle before the worldwide break, talks with Allegri are said to have intensified.

Tottenham, meanwhile, are also keeping tabs on the ex-Juventus boss with the future of Mauricio Pochettino still unclear.

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