Ole Gunnar Solskjær's Manchester United finally hit rock bottom when they lost 4-1 to relegation-threatened Watford. It was the last straw that broke the camel's back. Solskjær is gone but the problem at Manchester United continues. A new manager is needed but the process seems complicated.
Michael Carrick is put in charge until an interim manager is found. The interim manager would also be in place till a permanent manager is found. Such a complicated process. Two of the top managers linked to the job are PSG's Mauricio Pochettino and Spain's Luis Enrique.
Another option is Ajax's Erik Ten Hag but his departure at Ajax wouldn't cause much disruption than the other two. Enrique who has been in charge of Spain since 2019 has brought competitiveness to the country that has collapsed since the Euro2012 and made third place at Euro2020 and UEFA Nations League.
Pochettino has only been PSG manager for 10 months and with the current position of the team wouldn't throw away the opportunity of missing out on his first league title as manager. Whoever Manchester United go for, it will surely cause disruption.