- Ole Solskjaer is currently under serious pressure at Manchester United and Conte has been linked as replacement
- Antonio Conte is not a new face in the Premier League having won the topflight title with the Stamford Bridge landlords
- Manchester United have now lost three games this season in the Premier League as they currently occupy 7th on the table
Antonio Conte who won the Premier League title with Chelsea years back at Chelsea has been reportedly linked with a move to Manchester United as replacement for embattled Solskjaer.
Pressure continue to mount on Ole Solskjaer following Manchester United's 5-0 embarrassing defeat against Liverpool in the Premier League over the weekend at Old Trafford.
Many Manchester United fans have been calling the club's chiefs to sack Ole Solskjaer as they see him as not the manager to help the Old Trafford landlords win any title this term.
Following the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United, the Red Devils were tipped by their fans to go for the Premier League title, but things have not been rosy for them so far.
Cristiano Ronaldo was on the pitch at Old Trafford for full minutes, but was unable to save his side against Liverpool and even got a yellow card.
Who are the scorers for Liverpool?
Naby Keita scored the first goal for the Anfield side before Diogo Jota extended their lead as Mohamed Salah added three more goals to give Liverpool comfortable win.
Where is Antonio Conte currently coaching?
Since leaving Italian giants Inter Milan where he won the Serie A title, Antonio Conte has been without a club
Wenger predicts which position Man United will finish after humiliating 5–0 defeat to Liverpool
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Arsene Wenger claims all is not over for Manchester United yet unless they refuse to pick themselves up after their humiliating 5-0 defeat to Liverpool on October 24.
It was a Mohamed Salah show as the Egyptian found the back of the net three times while Naby Keita and Diogo Jota completed the routing.
The demoralizing loss saw the Red Devils drop to seventh on the log with 14 points, eight off league leaders Chelsea who have 22 after nine rounds of matches.
But, in spite of the unpleasant result at the weekend, Wenger believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his men can get campaign back on track before it becomes too late.
Source: Sports Brief News