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Surprise candidate to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Manchester United may replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with RB Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmann.

Are Manchester United really about to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, just months after they planned for a bright future of success at Old Trafford?

It’s certainly not out of the question. Since getting the job full time in March, on the back of a successful stint as interim boss, Solskjaer has overseen a disastrous run. Now, the club look further away from challenging for major honours than ever before.

Amid their struggles, links to managers have started to emerge. Massimiliano Allegri is available and seemingly the obvious choice to take over.

But, intriguingly, Julian Nagelsmann was tipped to take over during the week.

The RB Leipzig boss has overseen his side’s fine start to the Bundesliga campaign, where they sit just two points behind league leaders Borussia Monchengladbach.

He had previously worked wonders at Hoffenheim, guiding them to a Champions League qualifying spot two years in a row.

Jadon Sancho told to snub Man Utd

England winger Jadon Sancho has been urged to say no to Manchester United, if the club tried to sign him from Borussia Dortmund.

“[From Dortmund] to Manchester United? No, he’d be talking a step down,” he said on ESPN FC.

“Let’s be blunt about it, this is a team in the bottom half of the table.

“This is Manchester United, and they’ve still got the gloss and the glamour that sticks to the name, just about.

“Imagine how Manchester City would feel if the guy who was a kid in their academy went down the road to Manchester United?

“I know Manchester United would be interested, but the queue would be halfway around Europe for this youngster.”

The Glazers have Old Trafford plan

Manchester United’s owners, the Glazer Family, are ready to invest in Old Trafford.

The Glazers have come in for criticism regarding their spending on stadium maintenance and upgrades – leaving Old Trafford aged and lagging behind their rivals’ new modern facilities.

The belief has been that the owners has been shocked by spending on transfer fees and player wages in recent years and have scaled back plans to spend on the stadium.

However, Express Sport can reveal the Glazers do intend to pump money into Old Trafford – and have overseen a £20million investment already.

Part of that was down to VAR, with United introducing a production room for the system.

United have an ongoing multi-million pound refurbishment plan. Last summer that squared to £2m and, this summer, to £3.9m.

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