Manchester United are reportedly “open” to appoint interim manager Michael Carrick as their interim boss.
Carrick won his first game as United boss on Tuesday Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho secured victory over Villarreal and brought them safely into the knockout phase of the Champions League.
Carrick was named caretaker on the Sunday after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s firing.
United are reportedly looking to hire an interim manager by the end of the season, with Carrick being referred to as the interim manager.
It would give United more time to find a permanent replacement for Solskjaer and avoid a last-minute appointment.
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Mauricio Pochettino was strongly connected to the permanent position, but distanced himself from the role on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Paul Scholes claimed that Carrick – along with fellow coaches Mike Phelan and Kieran McKenna – should be “ashamed” of still being in the club and would have with Soskjaer. should go.
“It’s the same people who run the team, the same people who have massive responsibilities every week to get this team on the field,” said Scholes.
“It’s more like Kieran McKenna and Michael Carrick who prepared the team. Ole gave them that responsibility so I don’t know how that changes now.
“Four weeks ago, that Liverpool game. That’s when we knew Ole was going, it was obvious. So the above people had to prepare the next manager and group of employees.
“I would be almost embarrassed to be the staff now after what happened to Ole. I think they should all have left. They were part of Ole’s team, Ole trusted them every week to prepare the team – and they let the club and the players down just as much as Ole did. “
In response to Scholes’ comments after the game, Carrick said, “For me personally this is not an important result.
“That is an important result for the club. It was an emotional couple of days, the first person I spoke to after Ed offered me the role was Ole. I thought that was the right thing to do. “