David Moyes was sacked by the Manchester United board yesterday morning, following a poor first season in charge of the club.
Supposedly, the Glazers family, who own the club, were afraid to hand over a reported £200million transfer budget to Moyes, after he failed to bring in a number of transfer targets last summer. Marouane Fellaini eventually arrived for £27.5million, but has failed to impress at United.
Speculation has been rife for a while about the Red Devil's future and a number of managers have been speculated to take over at the club. Renowned football manager, Pep Guardiola, was one of them.
However, the Bayern Munich manager has responded to speculation that he could take over as United boss next season, and it isn't good news for the club according to the Daily Mail.
Speaking at a press conference ahead of his team's Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid, the manager stated: "I am here. I am Bayern and I want to stay two more years to finish my job.
"I feel absolutely Bayern is my team but I feel we can play better and improve. In that sense I feel I have work to do and that's why I want to stay more here. I am comfortable here and the people are gentle in my work."
The manager took over at Bayern last summer, following a more than impressive few years at Barcelona, and this side already look an even stronger team to the one that claimed the Bundesliga and Champions League last season.
While both Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp of Borussia Dortmund have now ruled themselves out of the running to take over at United, the favourite to land the job now looks to be Louis van Gaal.
The Holland manager has been linked with a move to Tottenham for months, but a move to United would be a much more attractive option, considering their worldwide prestige.
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