Gary Lineker says he expects Trump on Monday night football after US election

Gary Lineker says he expects Trump on Monday night football after US election

- Gary Lineker has said he is expecting Trump to take football punditry job after US election

- Trump is currently below Joe Biden in the result of election being counted in America

- Lineker played for the likes of Everton and Barcelona before he retired from football

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England football legend Gary Lineker has stylishly mocked Donald Trump claiming that the American is on the verge of being defeated in the US election by Joe Biden.

For the past two days now, the battle on who will become the next American President has been high between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

Donald Trump who has been in office for close to four years wants to continue for the second time, while Joe Biden who was the vice of Barack Obama is interested to become the number one citizen in America.

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According to the result coming in, Joe Biden is currently leading Donald Trump and there are high chances of him winning at the end of the day.

Gary Lineker who played 80 games for England national team explained that Donald Trump would definitely lose and stressed that he wants him to enter the studio for football talk.

''Given President Trump looks likely to be out of work shortly, I fully expect to see him on Monday Night Football in January''.

Gary Lineker started his football career at Leicester City in 1978 and played 194 games scoring 95 goals before he moved to Everton in 1985.

Lineker also played for Tottenham and Barcelona before he hanged his boots.

Gary Lineker says he expect Trump on Monday night football after US election

Gary Lineker says he expect Trump on Monday night football after US election
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Donald Trump was offered a managerial job at Arsenal by staunch fan Piers Morgan during Arsene Wenger's frustrating spell at the Emirates.

There were campaigns to forcefully remove the legendary manager in 2018 after recording poor strings of results.

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The US president was presented with a jersey and told if he would love to become the next Gunners' boss in an interview with the Good Morning show host.

Morgan gave Trump the No. 45 jersey indicating the 45th president of the United States as the TV host wrote on his Twitter handle:

"The moment I invite President Trump to be Arsenal's new manager - because he'd build a strong defensive wall, have an attacking philosophy & want to win big trophies at all costs. See his hilarious response on Sunday night, ITV, 10pm."

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