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Tearful departure as Man Utd stars say goodbyes to doomed boss after Watford humiliation

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looked glum as he drove home after Manchester United’s humiliating 4-1 defeat to Watford.

According to Sun, the loss, which saw club captain Harry Maguire get sent off, is the last straw for the Norwegian.

The players are also expecting Solskjaer to get the sack.

Other reports claim players and staff were in tears after the thumping away defeat to the newly-promoted side.

Bruno Fernandes tried to take some of the heat off Solskjaer after the full-time whistle after fans booed the boss as he approached the away end.

The Portugal international wagged his finger and pointed to all his team-mates, signalling they’re equally to blame for the shocking result.

Solskjaer, as well as Fred, steered Fernandes away from any risk of confrontation.

United have just one win in their last seven league outings, leaving them 12 points adrift table-toppers Chelsea.

read also:Watford boss Ranieri sends message to Man Utd over Solskjaer’s future

Sacking Solskjaer will cost the Red Devils an eye-watering £7.5million after the club legend signed new terms in July.

Zinedine Zidane is believed to be the Glazers’ ideal appointment, despite recently being linked with Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers.

But The Times are reporting that Zidane’s wife Veronique is against the move to England, which could be a HUGE stumbling block for the club.

Long-term target Mauricio Pochettino is enjoying life at Paris Saint-Germain and looks to set to win his first league title as a manager whilst managing Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Lionel Messi – but the Argentine remains a top target.

Alternatively, United could turn to impressive Ajax boss Erik ten Hag, who plays an expansive brand of attacking football.

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