Antonio Conte Demanding £10million a Year to Take Over Manchester United Job
On Sunday, Manchester United was defeated by Liverpool at Old Trafford in the Premier League's week-end match. In the course of the season, the Red Devils have endured a particularly difficult and bad run of form, particularly in the Premier League. Manchester United has only won three of its last eight games in all competitions.
There has been speculation that the bad run of form may be attributed to the Norwegian manager and Manchester United fans, as well as respectable ex-United players, who are all in favor of sacking the Norwegian. Despite requests from Manchester United fans and former players to fire the coach, the manager has remained in his position.
However, according to the most recent claim from The Mirror, Manchester United is considering replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with Antonio Conte, who was previously the manager of Chelsea. The manager is reportedly wanting £10 million per year to take over from Solskjaer, who left the position in the summer.
After being humiliated by Jurgen Klopp and his Liverpool team at Old Trafford, the Red Devils are reportedly considering dismissing Solskjaer as a result. Despite the fact that Antonio Conte, Zinedine Zidane, and Brenden Rodgers have all been connected to the position, Conte has emerged as the favorite to succeed Solskjaer.
Conte is apparently interested in taking the position, and The Mirror said that the tactician would demand £10million per year in compensation if he were to accept the position.
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