It has now been disclosed that Premier League club Manchester United paid their recent manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a compensation of around 9 million or around 7.5 million pounds after deciding to part ways with the Norwegian manager earlier in this present campaign. In total, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer along with his backroom staff including Kieran McKenna, Michael Carrick, and Martyn Pert, received compensation of more than 10 million euros after the Red Devils sacked them.
Manchester United in this regard
In the club’s latest accounts, Manchester United stated that exceptional items for the quarter were a cost of 10 million pounds. This cost included compensation to the men’s first team of former managers as well as certain members of the coaching staff for loss of office. Also, additional contributions they expect to pay towards the Football League pension scheme deficit which is based upon the latest actuarial valuation.
United searching for a suitable replacement of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Meanwhile Manchester United is looking for a suitable replacement for their former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The football director of the Red Devils, John Murtough has stated that they have been looking for someone also to replace their coach Ralf Rangnick this summer and are considering Mauricio Pochettino from PSG, and Erik ten Hag from Ajax to be the fittest for the job.
They have said that they are conducting a thorough process for the appointment of a new as well as a permanent manager taking the charge of the Premier League club this summer. Also, he who takes up the job also needs to take the objective to bring them back to the challenging domestic European titles. It is to be seen that who takes the prestigious offer of being the head coach of Manchester United.