You'd think the position as manager of one of the biggest clubs in the world would be an easy spot to fill, but apparently, you'd be wrong.
Quite a few of the managers reported to be next to take the helm of the struggling club, has denied having any interest in doing so.
First Borussia Dortmund's manager, Jürgen Klopp, said he was happy to be a part of the Bundesliga club and wasn't going to consider leaving the German club.
Later on both Real Madrid manager, Carlo Ancelotti, and Chelsea manager, José Mourinho, said that neither of them was interested in making the move to Old Trafford.
Ancelotti is quoted saying: "I'm happy here at Real Madrid. I am lucky to be working at the best club in the world and my place is here."
Furthermore he said that he has a great deal of respect for United, despite what happend with David Moyes. But once again stated, that Madrid is where he wants to be.
Also former Real Madrid manager, José Mourinho, has denied having any chance of pairing up with The Red Devils, and said that he'll stay loyal to Chelsea FC for as long as they'll have him.
Mourinho said: "I left Madrid specifically to join Chelsea. I've signed a four-year contract, and I've assured the club, that no other job offer could make me leave."
Even though the position in Manchester seems to be a rather difficult one to fill, they aren't in any immediate hurry to find a new man for the job.
Manchester United veteran, Ryan Giggs, is set to lead the team through the rest of the season, a season that seems just about over for the Reds.
Taking 7th place in the Premier League, they have no chance of qualifying for next years Champions League.
What do you think? Will Manchester United secure an established world class manager, or will they keep Giggs in charge for more that just this season?
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