With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer out the door, Manchester United has a fresh start. However, the future appears to be more complicated than it has been in the eight years since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement.
The team has appointed Michael Carrick as a caretaker manager, and will then appoint an interim manager before hiring a permanent manager.
So, how are they doing? What options do they have? And what are their plans for the future?
Yes. He showed right away that he was aware of which top players are concerned about United’s issue.
Though he chatted to a lot of players one-on-one yesterday, it was significant that he separated Bruno Fernandes from the other players in the Carrington cafeteria for a lengthy breakfast conversation.
Source: BBC Sport