PATRICE EVRA has seemingly blamed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United sack on his PLAYERS, warning them: I’ll see you soon!
Solskjaer was discharged by the Red Devils on Sunday morning after losing 4-1 to Watford.
Michael Carrick is now in charge until an interim manager can be found.
And United will then look to appoint a new long-term gaffer next summer.
In the meantime, the club have a tough run of fixtures to prepare for.
They take on Villarreal away in the Champions League on Thursday before travelling to Chelsea next Sunday.
United then have a midweek fixture at home against Arsenal, their first Old Trafford game since Solskjaer’s exit.
And Evra, a former teammate of the Norwegian’s and still a close pal, has told United’s flops he is ‘coming’ for them after the Gunners game.
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Evra wrote on Instagram: “Thank you my friend for making us believe again in Manchester United.
“Unfortunately when you don’t get the results people forget what you done for this club.
“But to all the players I’m coming for you now. See you against Arsenal…”
It now remains to be seen who United hire for the remainder of the season.
Laurent Blanc and Ralf Rangnick are two big names linked with the job.
Meanwhile, Sir Alex Ferguson is reportedly pushing for Mauricio Pochettino to land the main full-time gig next summer.
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