United line up Nagelsmann as manager, Guardiola weighs up City exit

The Daily Mail believes that Julian Nagelsmann could be the man to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, if he loses his job at Manchester United. 

United are considering Solskjaer’s future while the international break allows them to prepare for the game against Liverpool, and executives are studying the RB Leipzig boss to see if he should be considered as a future manager. 

*** United are in trouble with their recruitment yet again. They have failed to properly identify a manager who can work within the obstacles put in their way by Ed Woodward’s requirement. Nagelsmann is clearly a potentially excellent manager, but there is no way he could deal with the capricious transfer policies of the club, so it is hardly worth appointing him in the first place. 

Guardiola weighs up City exit 
Pep Guardiola could already be considering his exit from Manchester City, the Sun newspaper believes. In a book written with his cooperation, about his City side, he has said he will leave if the team do not perform to his standards: “[The owner] knows I’d step aside if things weren’t going to plan. I’ll give everything to avoid that and make every effort to move things forward. No coasting.”

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