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Manager reaches verbal agreement to join Manchester United – Red Devil Armada

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United future appears to be very much up in the air at this point of time after the Red Devils have made a disappointing start to the season. After signing the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane over the summer, they were expected to be one of the contenders in the Premier League title race.

At the moment though, they find themselves sitting at sixth in the Premier League table and are only ahead of Brighton and Hove Albion on goal difference. It is easy to forget that at one point of time this season, they were on top of the table.

Naturally, questions have been asked about Solskjaer. Several potential managers to replace him have been linked with the club as well. And now, there appears to be a huge update on the situation.

As reported by CaughtOffside, Brendan Rodgers has verbally agreed to take over as Manchester United manager. Question marks still remain regarding when he will take over though.

Rodgers has verbally agreed to become Manchester United managerIt is believed that Rodgers would prefer to join Manchester United at the end of the season but the club are pushing for now.

Rodgers has done an incredible job ever since joining Leicester City. He has guided them to an FA Cup and a Community Shield, and they competed for a top four spot in both of his full seasons with the club despite narrowly falling short on both occasions.

Before that he had a tremendous spell at Celtic as well, winning one trophy after another and breaking long-standing records.

While it is understandable why he would be reluctant to leave Leicester City in the middle of the season, he has done something similar in the past. He had departed Celtic in the middle of a campaign a few years back to join the Foxes.

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