Manchester United U-23 Team to be Led by Nemanja Vidic

Nemanja Vidic, the former defender for Manchester United, has been requested to take the charge of the Under-23 side of the same club as the coach. The Red Devils are also in search of a new manager for their Reserve side after they took the decision to part ways with Ricky Sbragia, a former manager for Sunderland. With mutual consent, he left in the month of May when an underwhelming campaign was overseen by him with the club. Even though United got their referral to the second tier in the 2018 edition of the Premier League 2 Division 2 for the Under-2 football, they failed to receive the kind of promotion they expected.

According to sources, three men have been shortlisted by Manchester United for the vacancy. The list includes Quinton Fortune, a former midfielder, along with Nemanja Vidic, who has the highest possibility of becoming the coach. In fact, it has also been claimed by Nenad Lalatovic, present manager for Vojvodina and a close friend of Vidic, that he has already been the offered the role. He has also been requested so that he accepts the opportunity.

Some magnificent seasons have been spent by Nemanja Vidic in Red and have also helped the club to win 5 premier titles and most importantly, the UEFA Champions League, amongst others. He has set the standard high with his legendary partnership with Rio Ferdinand and defensive expertise that many of the sides have struggled to imitate. Hope is high for his fans that he will be able to transfer his level of expertise and experience as a mentor to those who are at the edge of the squad.  He definitely has acquired fame as a footballer, but he will be giving the coaching test for the first time.