Cristiano Ronaldo gives green light to Juventus’s chase of Manchester United superstar

Cristiano Ronaldo gives green light to Juventus’s chase of Manchester United superstar

Manchester United's board accept the difficulty of the task facing the former club great, and will back the 46-year-old in the winter window as he looks to bolster squad.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have just scored nine goals in eight games, the worst goal ratio of any United manager.

Just 32, Nagelsmann has impressed in the Bundesliga, initially with Hoffenheim and this season at RB Leipzig.

The Red Devils now sit 12th on the Premier League log after eight matches, managing to record nine points.

- Jose Mourinho, is plotting a Premier League return and is keeping an eye on Mauricio Pochettino's situation at Tottenham, according to the Daily Mail.

Woodward, a qualified accountant by trade, was appointed in his post at Manchester United by being present at the club for a significant period of time, and by being at the right place at the right time.

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The Belgian worldwide, who speaks at length with reporters, said the club hierarchy are always eager to terminate manager's contract once events aren't turning out the way they wanted.

The Englishman has started 7 of the 8 Premier League games this season, but he is expected to leave the club.

United are off to their worst start in 30 years and following the global break welcome bitter rivals Liverpool - who have won eight of eight - to the so-called "Theatre of Dreams".

'I think for ourselves, when I came in the dressing room we had Ryan Giggs, you had [Paul] Scholes, you had [Rio] Ferdinand, [Gary] Neville and even Roy Keane at that time, ' Van der Sar informed ESPN. "And I think for the last couple of years the strong characters have disappeared and [are] not making a difference anymore", van der Sar said.

United have moved to end those reports and it appears they'll prove their support for Solskjaer by bringing in eight fresh faces over the course of the next two years.

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