Luis Enrique dropped from Manchester United’s new manager’s market


The list of candidates for the new manager of Manchester United has decreased by one. It is reported that the Spanish national team manager , Luis Enrique , has not been included in the consideration of the prospective new manager of Manchester United.

Manchester United are known to be hunting for a new manager. The Red Devils need a new tactician to replace Ralf Rangnick who will step down from his position.

So far there are four candidates for the position. One of them is the boss of the Spanish national team Luis Enrique.

The Times reports that currently there are only three candidates for Manchester United manager. Because Luis Enrique has been removed from the list.

Very Interested
According to the report, Luis Enrique is actually one of the strong candidates for this job. Because most of the MU Directors like the manager.

This is because Enrique has an attractive playing style. He is also good at recruiting young players.

But the best aspect that made MU very interested in hiring Enrique was his experience in bringing Barcelona to the treble winners.

Forced to be crossed out
According to the same report, currently Enrique has been removed from the new Manchester United manager market. Because the manager is not willing to coach Manchester United in the near future,

Enrique is currently focused on the Spanish national team. He is determined to bring La Furia Roja to once again become the champion of the four-year tournament.

Due to the Qatar World Cup being held at the end of the year, Enrique cannot join the Red Devils this summer. So he has informed United that he cannot be their new manager candidate.

Decide Immediately
According to reports circulating in England, Manchester United will soon be knocking the hammer on their new manager.

At the latest, in early April they will have locked their new manager.

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