- Ole Solskjaer has been under serious pressure this term at Manchester United
- Wolves coach Nunu Espirito has been linked with a move to Old Trafford
- Manchester United are currently occupying 15th position on the EPL table
Premier League side Wolverhampton have been alerted to be worried of Manchester United coming for their manager Nunu Espirito should they fire Ole Solskjaer.
Ole Solskjaer has been under heavy pressure at Old Trafford this season in the Premier League because of unimpressive performances from his players.
The Red Devils have already suffered three defeats this term in the Premier League with their loss against Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League the latest.
Ex-Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is the front-runner for the job and Old Trafford supremo Ed Woodward has reportedly sounded him out.
Pochettino has been without a job since he was sacked at Spurs and was replaced with Jose Mourinho who is currently doing well with the club.
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According to the report on Mirror, former Wolves striker Kevin Doyle is of the opinion that Manchester United would make a move for Nuno.
“I think I'd be a bit worried if I was a Wolves fan at the moment about Nuno. He's a contender for the Manchester United job, of course he is. Why wouldn't he be?
“Mauricio Pochettino is probably their number one choice but Nuno, definitely, would be up there as well for me.
“His link with Jorge Mendes and their ability to sign players, he would be a contender. I'm a Man United fan and I'd have no problem with him being the manager.”
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Manchester United winger Nani on Wednesday night, November 4, burst into tears after being red carded in Major League Soccer game while playing for Orlando City against Columbus.
Nani and his teammates who were playing at home took the lead in the 27th minute through Chris Mueller who directed a powerful cross into the back of the net.
Orlando City were looking for their second goal in the second half before Nani brought down Arthur in which the center referee had no choice than to give him a yellow card in the 52nd minute.
However, after consultation with VAR, referee Ramy Touchan reviewed the tackle on the touchline monitor and decided to send off the Portugal international.
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