Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers is reportedly the top candidate to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjær in Man Utd.
Solskjær has been under enormous pressure in recent weeks after back-to-back at home Premier League defeats to rivals Liverpool and Man City.
Their loss to the City On Saturday, Man Utd dropped to sixth place in the Premier League table, nine points from leaders Chelsea at the summit.
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Solskjær’s team has now lost four of their last six Premier League matches and has only won three of their last ten matches in all tournaments.
The pressure is so great from fans, experts and the media that it only seems to be a matter of time before Solskjær is replaced at Old Trafford.
Since the speculation began recently about who could replace Norwegian Rodgers, has been the favorite to take over the reins.
But now The sun claims that the Foxes boss ‘has been put forward as the number one candidate to take over’ at Man Utd after a ‘senior agent has pointed to potential successors’ to Solskjær.
The newspaper adds that Rodgers, Antonio Conte, Zinedine Zidane and Erik ten Hag made up a four-man shortlist of managers that the club put together last month.
Conte has now come to Spurs, Zidane ‘would not be interested’, Ten Hag ‘did not want to discuss any hypothetical openings’, but the agent was ‘convinced they could get Rodgers out of Leicester’.
Despite Rodgers now emerging as the leading candidate, the former Liverpool boss has ‘shared opinion among the influential voices at United, who are still hoping Solskjær can turn things around at Old Trafford’.
Meanwhile, former Man Utd defender Paul Parker wants to see Solskjær bring in a more experienced coach to work with him.
“He needs someone to come in next to him who can help him improve that team. Ole needs to be stronger, but he needs an experienced, with more stature, in the locker room that works as his assistant, “Parker said BetFred.
“He’s the head coach. In all the big teams that Manchester United have had, look at the assistants who sat next to Alex Ferguson.
“It did not bother him to have different people around him. He gained experience and that made his team better. Whoever came in made his team better, and that made him a better manager. “