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On Sunday, Manchester City and Manchester United will go head-to-head in a derby-day showdown.

Following last weekend’s goalless draw with Watford, United still have their sights set on finishing in the top four.

When the weekend comes around, City will hope to maintain their six-point lead over Liverpool at the top of the table, which they have held since the beginning of the season.

It isn’t just United’s preparation for the Etihad Stadium trip that is making headlines, with a new name being linked to the club’s search for a permanent manager.

Sir Alex Ferguson is said to have endorsed Carlo Ancelotti as a possible candidate amid doubt over his own future at Real Madrid.
United are interested in appointing Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager, but PSG director Leonardo has stated that the club is not interested in bringing in a new manager.

The idea of replacing our manager has never occurred to us. Leonardo told L’Equipe that he had never spoken to Zidane or anybody else about the situation.
“I can state categorically that Mauricio Pochettino has never requested to be released. He’s not a bother to me. Everything is on the table.

What Hannibal Mejbri deserves is recognition from United.
There is an obvious need to reshape Manchester United’s attack, which is likely to lose many important players before the next permanent manager even takes over. This summer, Edinson Cavani, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Paul Pogba, and Cristiano Ronaldo are all out of contract and could all depart for free if the team fails to qualify for the Champions League.

With such stats at the club, United was already in desperate need of a makeover, but now they must rebuild their squad (and management staff) while simultaneously looking for replacements for some of their most brilliant players. This will be no easy assignment. It would be difficult to rebuild a team in such a short period of time, even in the world of video games, but at least the next permanent manager will have the option of promoting promising young players to senior positions.

 

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