Ole Gunnar Solskjaer isn’t having a great time with Manchester United right now, and the club has reportedly started to search for alternatives to the Norwegian boss if the bad moment of the team doesn’t change.
United have reportedly identified Paris Saint-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel as a replacement for Solskjaer. He joined the Red Devils following the sacking of Jose Mourinho last December. The club went unbeaten in their first 11 matches under him but after that, they have won only 10 out of the 25 matches that have followed.
They just lost against West Ham by 2-0 on Sunday’s afternoon, ranking 8th on the Premier League scoreboard, racking up 8 points in the first six games of the season. According to the Daily Mail, they are monitoring PSG manager Thomas Tuchel as a replacement if results under Solskjaer don’t improve.
The German took the reins of the Ligue 1 champions last season. Under Tuchel, the Parisians have gone unbeaten in 53 out of 62 matches (46 wins, 7 draws). According to Le10 Sport, Barcelona are also interested in his services.
Although Tuchel’s style of play would be good for the Premier, Manchester’s front office needs to be patient with Solskjaer. He’s just starting his first full season as United boss, but if he doesn’t start to show better things, he’ll have less and less time to convince the board.
Ever since Sir Alex Ferguson called it quits with the Red Devils, they haven’t found a good manager to match Ferguson’s success at Old Trafford. It’s too early to state anything, but the picture doesn’t look any different for Solskjaer.