Manchester United could turn to Massimiliano Allegri to turn their season around.
"I still can't speak English well but I'm learning, " the Italian told 'Przeglad Sportowy'. United are 15 points behind leaders Liverpool and find themselves down in 12th place. This is their worst start to the season since 1989. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future is unclear and he could be replaced by Allegri.
The experienced Italian coach replaced Antonio Conte in 2014 and won five Serie A titles with Juventus. "I loved questioning myself when I arrived at Juve after two years under Conte. Many felt it would be too much for me. It wasn't an easy task. The team needed to be rebuilt and I had to find new ways to stimulate the group, listen and adapt, but I didn't create a revolution. You need to create three types of objectives: shortterm, medium term and long term. You can't focus on formations but rather extract the maximum from the players."