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MAN. UNITED back ruminating over ALLEGRI as next boss

15.10.2020 17.30 by Claudio Colla  read 339
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Though ready to be named new Italian NT head coach, once upcoming European Football Championship is over, Italian 53-year old trainer Massimiliano Allegri, according to Daily Express, is at the time the name most fancied by Manchester United officials, in case of parting ways from current boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Red Devils are in fact coming from a weak PL start (one victory and two defeats, one of which is the 1-6 conceded to Tottenham at Old Trafford), and a change in the managing department isn't the least likely scenario to look at.

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