Manchester United have been urged to sign a historical Argentinian boss and finally replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Norwegian has been unable to have a regular form at Old Trafford, increasing rumors of a potential exit week after week.
Regardless of Solskjaer having the backing of the Manchester United board, some pundits are still throwing ideas and rumors of what could happen with United and Solskjaer’s future with the club.
Tony Cascarino of TalkSPORT has made a bold claim regarding this topic, urging the team to turn their head to one boss with experience in England. Cascarino believes that United should sack their current Manager and bring in Leeds United manager, Marcelo Bielsa.
The Red Devils have been linked with managers such as Julian Nagelsmann, Marco Rose, Ralf Rangnick, Massimiliano Allegri, and primarily, Mauricio Pochettino.
However, Cascarino believes Bielsa is an even better option than Pochettino, due to Pochettino idolizing the Championship Manager.
"I'd have Bielsa over Pochettino every day of the week. Look at what he's changed at Leeds. Pochettino was a very good manager at Spurs. He's done an incredible job. But I'm talking about style of play. Remember, Pochettino is a disciple of Bielsa and the way he plays."
It will be interesting to see how Manchester’s board manages this situation. Even though his style of play is very attractive, Bielsa isn’t known for being a winning boss. He has previously won 0 domestic and continental competitions, with a 2004 Olympic Gold Medal to his name only.
It looks like if Manchester listen to Cascarino, the future won’t be better than the present for them.