Following Manchester United's 3-2 victory against Atalanta, it seems that their coach gained some air and tranquility, but the defeat against Leicester on Saturday, which makes it three Premier League matches without a win, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure.
United now face a gruelling run of fixtures, facing Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City in their next three league games that could determine whether the Norwegian keeps his job. He has his bundle of swords, it is true. Cristiano Ronaldo is intractable, and has been giving life to a Manchester United that would be nothing without him.
However, individualities are important, but not always decisive. In this way, Manchester United needs a consolidated team, and not always fall at their number 7. That is why there is talk of a possible replacement for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Although there are many names that are being considered so far, the ideal coach would be Erik Ten Hag.
The Ajax coach has plenty of admirers around Europe due to his excellent work over the years in the Netherlands. His attacking philosophy is also a massively appealing factor for United fans, while his relationship with Donny van de Beek would also work in his favour. With him, the Mexican Edson Álvarez could arrive, one of the figures of his team, who has not yet decided his renewal in the Dutch league.