Date: 1st January 2019 at 10:55am
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With Ole Gunnar Solksjaer appointed until the end of the season in a caretaker role, it remains to be seen who becomes the next permanent incumbent of the managerial hot-seat.

However, if Solksjaer continues to get results as he has done in his first three games, the Norwegian may have a case to be appointed on a permanent basis himself.

A couple of days ago, media speculation, as covered by us, Click Here, implied that the Juventus manager, Massimiliano Allegro, could be on Manchester United’s wish-list, a piece of speculation perhaps fueled by the fact that Allegro had, previously, expressed an interest in taking on a managerial role in the Premier League.

However, it appears that the Italian isn’t ready to leave the comfort Serie A and life at Juventus provides, just yet.

According to the news source, the Daily Mail, Allegri has refuted any suggestion that he has ambitions to become our next manager in the summer.

Which, if true, leads us straight back to our prime target Maurizio Pochettino, just get it done please!

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