Manchester United may seem to be rolling on quite well under new interim boss, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer recently, but that doesn’t stop The Red Devils from eyeing a new manager next summer.
After reports suggesting that Mauricio Pochettino has been seen as a strong candidate, another interesting name entering the parade and it’s Juventus’ current boss, Massimiliano Allegri.
The Italian have been experiencing plenty success with The Bianconeri in recent years and have been receiving tons of praises from football experts all over the globe.
Allegri himself still under contract with the Turin giant until 2020, but has frequently stating his interest in managing a Premier League side over the years.
Nevertheless, for now the Italian is just considered as one of candidates that Man United are exploring and reviewing as they will be working to get the best possible tactician next summer.
Solksjaer himself might also be under consideration, but it remain rather unlikely as United management are looking for an experienced boss who can be around for a long time.
There’s obviously still time for the Norwegian to show his worth at The Red Devils, but it will certainly take some convincing seeing how the club have been struggling in getting the right man in place of Sir Alex Ferguson.