Manchester United need a managerial change after a disastrous start to the Premier League campaign.
Manchester United have made a horrendous start to the new Premier League season. It was all smiles following the 4-0 defeat of Chelsea in the opening day, but the script has been vice versa ever since.
The Red Devils have procured just nine points from opening eight games and it has been all wrong since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over the hot seat on a permanent basis. They have secured qualification to the next round in the league cup, but face a daunting task against Frank Lampard’s Chelsea, who have been at their best. The Manchester side also secured a victory on day one in the Europa League, but held Alkmaar away with zero shots on target.
The recent defeat to Newcastle United showcased their downhill confidence and lack of chopping in tactics. They press high up the pitch and run out of steam in the early moment of the game and their defensive shape hasn’t been great.
Manchester United needs a new manager. With the international break currently, the club would be evaluating options.
We shall look at three possible options who change could elevate them to success once again.
#3 Quique Setien:
Quique Setien looks destined to replace Ernesto Valverde at Barcelona. Sergio Busquets has been publicly flirting with the experienced campaigner, whose boasting tactics came into limelight with Real Betis.
The 61-year-old is currently unemployed after getting fired by the Spanish club over the unsuccessful attempt of luring Champions League for the second consecutive season. The Spaniard was heavily backed in the transfer window, but he failed by a huge margin, finishing 10th last season.
Quique has never managed to a big club before, but his man-management can bring the best out of the current Manchester United squad. He also plays attractive football and could solve the crisis on a long-term basis. The likes of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Fred, and Harry Maguire would be benefitted should the Red Devils appoint him.