Massimiliano Allegri responds to reports he’s set to become Manchester United manager

Massimiliano Allegri is reportedly 'very close' to becoming Manchester United manager
is reportedly ‘very close’ to changing into Manchester United manager (Picture: Getty)

Massimiliano Allegri has issued a cryptic response to hypothesis that he’s set to take over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United boss.

The Red Devils have received simply two of their opening eight matches within the Premier League and Allegri has emerged as a severe frontrunner for the recent seat at Old Trafford, with requires Solskjaer’s dismissal rising ever louder.

Allegri has been out of a job since stepping down at Juventus in the summertime and, whereas the 52-year-old had deliberate to have a 12-month sabbatical, he’s reportedly held ‘concrete’ discussions with United and is ‘very close’ to changing into manager.

The Italian has made no secret of his ambitions to work within the and has been studying English for a while within the occasion that such a possibility offered itself.

Solskjaer's side have won just two league matches this term
Solskjaer’s aspect have received simply two league matches this time period (Picture: Getty)

Polish outlet Przegląd Sportowy managed to chat with Allegri at AEFCA’s 2019 Symposium in Warsaw this and requested him in regards to the current hyperlinks to United.



Allegri refused to rule out the job and joked: ‘I speak English too poorly for now, but I am learning.’

Though United’s talks with Allegri are understood to have superior quickly during the last fortnight, the membership are sticking by Solskjaer in the intervening time.

However, United tackle league leaders Liverpool this weekend and a complete defeat by the hands of their bitter rivals at Old Trafford will heap but extra stress on the Norwegian.

Ince has major concerns for United under Solskjaer
Ince has main issues for United underneath Solskjaer (Picture: Getty)

According to Paul Ince, United are but to present any indicators of enchancment underneath Solskjaer and will end within the backside half of the Premier League desk this season.

‘We know Ole is going to get criticised and will come under pressure because he’s not getting outcomes, but in addition as a result of we’re not getting any indicators that it’s going to enhance,’ the ex-United midfielder instructed talkSPORT.

‘Obviously with young players it’s going to take time, however Chelsea have gotten younger gamers they usually’re doing alright. Liverpool have gotten two younger full-backs they’re doing okay.

‘They could finish in the bottom half of the table. When I’m seeing Ole after the video games saying, “we’re working hard, we’re working hard”, I hold considering we simply need to see what they’re truly engaged on.



‘When I see the team I don’t see what they’re doing. I don’t see their patterns of play and I don’t see how they’re working from an attacking viewpoint, as a result of they’re not creating probabilities – they’re not even having any photographs.

‘I just don’t know what they’re truly doing at Manchester United.’

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