Premier League giants Manchester United have not had a dream start to their Premier League season. Instead, they are struggling to find their rhythm and pressure is mounting on their manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with each passing match.

There are certain sections of the media who are already reporting that Ole might lose his job sometime soon since the results have not been in their favour as often as they would have wanted this season. The Red Devils are looking way behind teams like Manchester City and Liverpool in the competition.

While the team owners have repeatedly denied any claims of Solskjaer’s position being in trouble, a report carried by the Guardian confirms that Massimiliano Allegri is learning English so that he could replace Manchester United manager at Old Trafford.

The report has also claimed that the former Juventus coach feels ready for his next managerial role and is looking forward to his role as the coach of Manchester United and is in fact learning English. Moreover, he already has been the manager of clubs like AC Milan and Juventus and even led Juventus to their fifth successive Serie A crown.

He was spotted among the spectators in the UEFA Champions League match between Bayern Munich and Tottenham Hotspur. He has reportedly been asked by a few Premier League teams to consider managing them. If, however, Manchester United continue to struggle, he could perhaps go on to manage Manchester United as well.