Man United having suffered a shocking loss to Young Boys are possibly weighing chances of letting Ole Solskjaer use the exit door
The Norwegian has failed to make any significant impact since becoming United manager, winning no trophy so far.
Many suggest a more experienced manager will cause other teams mayhem with the current Man United squad but it isn’t happening now as Ole is still in charge.
Clearly it’s no lie that Ole Solskjaer isn’t as experienced as he should be before taking on United as Manager as this appears to be one of the main reasons he should be shown the exit door.
With the talks of a possible sack looming, here are 11 Managers who are currently jobless and could do a better job than the former United player;
11. Ernesto Valverde
The former Barcelona manager is currently sitting without any contract binding him to any team and could be a pick for United who already have stars waiting to be managed.
Ernesto if not for anything won Barcelona two La Liga trophies consecutively and is ranked as the third Best Barcelona manager by Barcauniversal.com.
Managing 145 Barcelona games, Valverde only lost 16 games and drew 32 times, winning the rest with a whooping +211 goal difference.
The 57-year-old saw his second highest goal difference with the Catalans as his highest was with Olympiacos where he managed 80 games and lost only 7, tallying his win rate to 75%.
10. Paulo Fonseca
The 48-year-old began his management career back in 2005 with Portuguese based side, Estrela Amadora (youth) and has since then managed 10 other teams including F.C Porto and AS Roma.
May not be a better pick for many United fans but giving his experience in the field and the talents at his disposal should he take over at United, Fonseca could do a good job.
During his spell at Roma, the Mozambique born lost only 22 games out of 102, tallying his win rate to 51%.
But this was far behind his reign at Shakhtar Donetsk where he managed to rack up a whooping 74% win rate from his 139 games managed ( Won 103, Drew 19, Lost 17).
9. Claudio Ranieri
If experience is the only criteria for the next Man United manager, then I bet you it’s clearly Ranieri who would be the pick.
The 69-year-old has to himself a long list of clubs he has managed since 1986 when he began his management career.
Clubs including Chelsea, Inter Milan, Roma Vigor Lamezia, Puteolana, Cagliari, Napoli, Fiorentina, Valencia, Atletico Madrid, Valencia, Parma, Juventus,Monaco, Greece National Team, Leicester City, Nantes, Fulham and Sampdoria.
The former Sampdoria boss is noted for his ability to have taken Cagliari from the Serie C1 to the Serie A in successive seasons.
8. Lucien Favre
Lucien Favre saw his most success as manager recently as Borussia Dortmund manager since starting out back in 1993.
The Swiss man racked up a 61.8% win rate at Dortmund after managing 110 games and losing only 18.
The 63-year-old left Dortmund last December and has since then remained without any job.
7. Enrique Setien
Setien has had all that smooth career after dumping Real Betis for Barcelona where he sadly was fired after just 25 games with the Spanish Champions.
6. Casare Prandeli
The 64-year-old isn’t that too good of a manager but given experiences he racked up since starting out his managerial career back in 1990, Casare could do a good job at United.
But problem could be him playing in an old fashioned way unless he gets to pattern out modern management styles that could help put United in the fore front.
The Italian has so far managed over 12 teams including Galatasaray, Italy, Roma, Valencia and Fiorentina.
5. Andriy Shevchenko
The former Chelsea player last managed Ukraine national team, leading them into a considerable form that saw the side rack up 48.1% win rate.
This although has been the 44-year-old’s only management job since leaving playing career.
4. Frank Lampard
Lampard managed to push Chelsea into a fine form, running through September to late November without any loss.
But being in an impatient team, Lampard got less time to turn things around as Chelsea opted to showing him the exit door and then moving for Tuchel.
Giving the rivalry existing between United and Chelsea, Lampard being a Blues Legend would hardly take the step to joining United.
3. Rudi Garcia
The former Lyon manager is currently without any job and could do a better job than Ole Solskjaer following his stats during his last spells.
Having also managed AS Roma, Garcia has managed over 800 games in total since starting our back in 2001.
2. Zinedine Zidane
Zidane only lost 50 games out of his 320 games as Manager as he has only managed two teams so far; Real Madrid Castilla and Real Madrid.
The Frenchman set the UCL record of back to back winnings with Real Madrid before leaving and later on returning to the club but failed to repeat his first spell-like success.
One unique thing about the 49-year-old is his ability to unite the dressing room and also field a superb attacking formation in the pitch.
This is clearly a good option for United should they decide to let go of Ole Solskjaer as Zidane has already proved to know managing Cristiano Ronaldo to his peak form.
1. Antonio Conte
Conte last managed Inter Milan and ended the reign he had set up with Juventus prior his move to Chelsea.
The Italian has been picked by many as the better replacement should Ole Solskjaer finally gets fired.
Antonio Conte has been in the management job since 2006 when he started out with Arezzo where he coached until 2007 before leaving.
Then Bari, Atlanta, Siena, Juventus, Italy, Chelsea and Inter Milan as he went through and proving to be a superb manager.
In his first season as Chelsea manager, Conte landed Chelsea a Premier League trophy and the FA Cup in the next.
There’s arguably no better replacement than Conte who is already experienced with the Premier League.