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Paul Scholes ideal candidate for the Manchester United job

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Antonio Conte and Thomas Tuchel are among the managers Paul Scholes has shortlisted as the most suitable candidates to take over at Manchester United new coach. Paul Scholes believes Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte are the most suitable candidates for the Man United job.

Paul Scholes believes that Chelsea FC coach Tuchel or Tottenham head coach Conte would be the better choice over Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Hag for the job this summer.

Ralf Rangnick is preparing to leave the Red Devils after this season and the club are currently on the hunt for a new permanent manager. The Red Devils brought in Rangnick at the end of last year to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on a temporary basis. They are now looking for a permanent replacement. It looks like Tuchel is in line for a return at the end of this year.

Paul Scholes think these are two of the best in the world. However they are very effective at intimidating players and winning games. Paul Scholes said “I think United with any one of those coaches would be a much better squad. “OK, there are things they need to add.

Paul Scholes point of view on United’s situation

On Tuesday night, Paul Scholes said he would have accepted Conte or Tuchel if they had been available. Scholes dislikes when people say they need four or five players or need to spend £200m or whatever it takes.

Although Manchester United side lost 1-0 to Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night. Accounting for a 2-1 aggregate defeat to the Spanish side. This resulted in a 2-1 loss for Rangnick’s side in the last 16.

The game at Old Trafford came down to Renan Lodi’s header in the 41st minute. Speaking afterwards, Rangnick said: “Heading into the game, we played the way we wanted to play, energetically. We controlled the match from the start.

“We could have scored an early goal, when we hit the crossbar and there were two or three other good moments in the first half. “But, unfortunately, we were not able to convert that energy into one or two goals in the first half. It would have been highly important, to score the first goal ourselves. “And then we conceded that one transitional moment shortly before half-time and this didn’t make our life any easier.”

Manchester United are not back in action until 2 April, when they host Leicester City at Old Trafford. Paul Scholes thinks if Simeone led United they would have won round of 16

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