Ditch Solskjaer now! Manchester United told to make move and hire headline taking Argentine Now

Manchester United have been told to ditch Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and hire Former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino.

After a very poor start to the new season, Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy took the harsh decision to sack Pochettino, and replace him with Jose Mourinho, who was reportedly interesting the Gunners hierarchy.

United have been chasing Pochettino for seasons and have constantly tried to secure a deal for his services, but Tottenham have been reluctant to let the Argentine leave the club, but now that he is a free agent, they have been linked again.

European giants Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have been linked with the boss, while Bayern Munich are also said to be keen as they search for their next permanent manager.

But O’Hara believes it’s more likely Pochettino will stay in the Premier League to take charge at Old Trafford.

“I think Poch is taking over at Man United,” the former Spurs midfielders said

“I like Ole, he’s done a great job and he’s steadied the ship.

“But I’d get Pocehttino in straight away. Straight. Away.

“You’ve got one of the best managers in the world currently available for nothing.

“I would get him in now, get his feet under the table and move Ole into a director of football role if he wants it.”

Look we all know that Pochettino was brought in to get this United side challenging for more titles in the coming seasons, but he has not managed that and the United hierarchy needs to make a decision quickly.

There are not many top managers on the market right now, and if United do not move fast, they may miss out on a coach that could come in and work wonders with this very young United side.

Solskjaer is loved by fans, but he is not the man to lead the club back into the era of winning trophies.

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