Ever since the #Oleout hashtag started trending online after several poor performances by Manchester United football club of England, fans and reportedly some players have been voicing out that France and Real Madrid Zinedine Zidane should come and replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their new manager.
And now there are yet to be officially comfirmed reports that a thing or two are currently in the works to persuade Zidance to take over from Solskjaer. Zidane after he ended his football playing career, took over Real Madrid, won several El-Clasico, including lifting La Liga titles twice and three Champions Leagues during his time as a coach at Real Madrid.
Having such record for himself makes him the person ManU fans and players want to succeed Ole Gunna, though he is not fully convinced that United is the right place to jump back into management.
According to a new report by The Times, options are being explored to replace Solksjaer. The report suggests two of the ManU’s most recent signings, Cristiano Ronaldo and Raphael Varane , will play key roles to convince Zidane to make the move to Manchester as the club;s new coach.
United currently sit sixth in the Premier League despite spending £120million on new players in the summer, which has led to Solskjaer coming under heavy criticism from fans and pundits.