October 26, 2021 || 7:29 pm

Manchester United news and transfers LIVE Solskjaer takes training as United stance on Conte revealed

Stay tuned for all the lat’est Man United news as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job remai’ns in the balance.


Toda’y has’ the poten’tial to be a signi’ficant day i’n the history of Manch:ester ‘United.

Ole Gunnar Solskj:aer’s role as manager of the club is hanging in the balance aft’er Uni’ted’s 5-0 humiliat’ion at the ha’nds of Liverp:ool on Sunday and the club are now’ consid’ering sacking him.


The Manchester Even’ing News understands the club hierarchy is giving serious consideration to dismissing Solskjaer before United’s next game at Tottenham on Saturd’ay. United have faile’d to resp’ond for co’mment on the man’ager’s position.


It also came to light yest’erday that players are becoming increasingly baffled by the Norweigan’s selecti:ons, espec’ially the contin:ued exclus’ions of Jesse Lingard and Donny van de Beek, as well as starti’ng Da’niel James two days befo’re he was’ sold to Leeds United.


Should Solskja:er leave, th’en it’s understood that Antonio Conte is open to taking on the job but has reserva:tions abou’t the club’s struct:ure.


Ferguson visits Manc’hester United trai’ning gr’ound for talks

Sir Alex Ferguson has v’isited the Manchester Un’ited training comp:lex amid mounting pressure on man’ager Ole Gu’nnar Solskjaer.

Ferguson and the former Uni’ted chairm’an Mar’tin Ed’wards are underst’ood to ha’ve been present at the club’s Carr’ington training groun’d, w’here Solskjaer arrived early this morning for the first-team’s trainin’g sessi’on.

Sources ins’ist Solsk’jaer is still on borro’wed time as United manager but the club have faile’d to identify a replacement.

Solskjaer verb’ally agre’ed to replace Jose Mouri’nho as caretaker manager two m’onths prior to his appointment on Decem’ber 1’9 2’018. Solskjaer flew to Man’chester in Octob’er and attended Unit’ed’s 1-0 ho’me defeat to Juven’tus in the Cham’pions League group sta’ge.


United’s Gla’zer own’ers outbid in battle for new IPL te’ams

The Glaz’ers have ‘been unsucce’ssful in thei’r attempts to purcha’se an IPL team.

The Glazers we’re repor’tedly among 18 int’erested parties to have c’ollected tender documents for the purc”hase of one of the two new cricket fra’nchises, ahead of the IPL’s expa’nsion fr’om eight to 10 mem’bers.

Howe’ver, the BCCI hav’e now confirmed the 3 winning bidders – with the Glazers mis’sing out.

The victo’rious part’ies are Indian industrial conglomerate RPSG, led by businessm’an Sa’njiv Goe’nka, and priva’te equi’ty firm CVC Capital who al”ready have a stake in rugby’s 6 Nations, Prem’iership rugby and Spanish foot’ball’s La Liga.


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