The appointment of Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, results-wise, has been like a breath of fresh air wafting through Old Trafford.
Two games into his caretaker reign, Solksjaer has overseen two wins with Manchester United scoring freely and with the team playing well.
However, as you’d expect, talk is becoming very prevalent as to who will get the job on a permanent basis, come the summer.
Previously, all the talk has centred around the possibility of the new gaffer being the current Tottenham Hotspur boss, Maurizio Pechettino.
But, today, another name has been linked with the role.
According to the news source, ESPN, Manchester United are considering an approach for the Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri for the role.
Allegri has had outstanding success in the Juventus hot-seat and would be a solid choice.
Continuing, it is also being reported, by the news vehicle, the Times, that the 51-year-old would be keen on the role and has, previously, taken English lessons with a view to trying his luck in the Premier League.
But what are your thoughts on the possible appointment of Allegri, would it get your approval?
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