Man Utd fan Usain Bolt picks ideal Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replacement

Manchester United fan Usain Bolt has already decided who he wants to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – but his wish looks doomed.

The Red Devils coach has come under massive pressure after recent results – which have seen the club take just four points from a potential 18.

Prior to the international break, Manchester City made light work of their local rivals away from home in a 2-0 result that could have been a lot more had they kept up their pressure.

Just two weeks before, the Red Devils looked lifeless again after a 5-0 thrashing from Liverpool at Old Trafford.

A 3-0 win over Tottenham in between for United gave Solskjaer some respite but the latest defeat means that they are falling further behind in the Premier League title race.

Consequently, that result did see a managerial change – in north London rather than Greater Manchester.

Nuno Espirito Santo was sacked and replaced by Antonio Conte – exactly what famous United fan Bolt would have loved to have seen at Old Trafford.

“I wanted Conte,” Bolt told The National. “He is going to do so well at Spurs. He is going to get them organised.

“He has been at Chelsea – he won a title. He’s been at Inter Milan – he’s won a title. He’s been at Juve – he’s won a title.

“Everywhere he goes, he structures the team so well. In January, he is probably going to get one or two players, then at the end of the season he is probably going to find proper players and bring them in.”

Bolt's affection for United is no secret but the Olympic legend has been less than impressed with his club at the moment.

And the Jamaican also went on to state that he believes the Red Devils are far too reliant on the powers of Cristiano Ronaldo.

He added: "We are going to struggle. Cristiano has saved us every game.

"One guy has to do all that work. We have not played good football in so long.

“It is so relaxed. We pass so slowly. When Alex Ferguson was manager, we had to win because he would demand you win.”

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