The dismissal of Manchester United’s Ole Gunnar Solsjರ್r ನಂತರ after Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement has already added an incredible amount of money to the club.
United have confirmed that Soulsjerk has been relieved of his duties after a disappointing result in the Premier League’s ninth place and 12 points from league leader Chelsea.
The final match in charge of Soldier’s three years at United was a 4-1 hammer at Watford’s hands.
Michael Carrick will take charge of the upcoming games on a charge basis as club bosses look to replace him.
But with Soulszare’s signing of a new three-year deal in July, he has negotiated a £ 7.5million payout since leaving the club.
Incredibly, genre The sun, That means they have paid £ 38 million in compensation to four managers since 2013.
The first manager of the post-Fergie era was fellow Scott David Moyes, who walked away with £ 7 million after being sacked before watching the full season.
The former Everton boss was given a six-year contract to replace Ferguson.
Louis van Gaal was sacked a day after guiding United to the FA Cup in the 2015/16 season and received a tidy £ 8.4 million for their troubles.
Then came the winner of the series with Jose Mourinho, with Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
But despite the League Cup, Europa League and second place, he was sacked in December 2018 after a 3-1 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield.
Although he left with a ridiculous £ 15 million compensation fee, he was not so bad financially.
United are now looking for their next manager, Mauricio Pochettino, Zinedine Zidane, Eric Ten Hague and Brendan Rodgers to name a few big names.