Manchester United was once the cream of the Premier League crop during the days of Sir Alex Ferguson, but the club has since struggled to relive what it once was since his retirement in 2013. In spite of the EPL’s highest player payroll, it has not translated to success on the pitch, recently falling 2-0 to Burnley on Wednesday. Citing a lack of structural vision and a director of football, Planet Futbol’s Luis Miguel Echegaray says that Manchester United’s issues extend beyond the managerial leadership of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. If the club decides to go in another direction, they could look into familiar foe Mauricio Pochettino.
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