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Erik Ten Hag is being eyed as a potential replacement for under-pressure Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the Manchester United hot seat.
But tempting the current Ajax boss to Old Trafford will be no mean feat.
The Independent reports Ten Hag is reluctant to leave the reigning Dutch champions in the middle of the season.
The 51-year-old has been in charge at the Johan Cruyff Arena since 2017 and is known to have the utmost respect for his employers.
Meanwhile, Paul Pogba pulled out of a France training session after picking up a thigh injury during a shooting drill.
The United midfielder, 28, was practising his finishing in a one-on-one scenario.
He played the pass into a coach who then flicked it up on the edge of the area.
And Pogba dragged his shot wide of the post from inside the D.
But as he made contact with the ball, the World Cup winner immediately let out a groan of pain.
And after a few metres of slow, hobbled walking, Pogba keeled over in pain before limping gingerly off the pitch.
Finally, Man Utd boss Solskjaer is reportedly set to STAY in charge – for the Watford game at least.
According to The Athletic ‘there remains no indication from the club hierarchy that a change is imminent’.
That means the Norwegian will take charge for United’s next Premier League game at home to Watford on November 20.
The club’s owners, the Glazer family, still want Solskjaer to succeed, ‘but it is unclear for how long that desire can override reality’.