Although Sir Alex Ferguson may have messed up when picking 'The Chosen One', one man he won't be considering second time around will be his former captain, Roy Keane.
According to the Daily Mail, the former United boss will resist any attempt to bring the Irishman into the back room staff at the club.
Keane is currently working with Martin O'Neill and the Republic of Ireland and will be set on helping the country qualify for the European Championships in 2016. However, if there was an opportunity for the midfielder to come back to the club as a coach then surely Keane will snap at the chance.
He has been at the heat of discussion when it comes to the David Moyes dismissal but he believes that the players are to blame for such an appalling season for the Champions who sit seventh.
If he was to come in you'd expect he would have a big say in which players would be on the way out of the club, and particularly at the back.
But Fergie's view is that the club should look to Phil Neville or Ryan Giggs who he both believes are men with managerial potential.
Giggs, who is currently the interim manager, takes charge of his first game this weekend against Norwich but it unlikely to feature in the selection process for the job after the season.
Louis van Gaal leads the running as he intends on coming to the Premier League after the World Cup with Holland. Following the Dutchman are Diego Simone and Juventus manager, Antonio Conte.
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