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Ancelotti interested in United job
With the frequency of the reports floating around you’d be forgiven for thinking Manchester United had no manager at the moment.
Pep Guardiola, Carlo Ancelotti and even Gary Neville have been linked with replacing Louis van Gaal of late, and it appears that at least one of them is certainly interested.
Former Chelsea boss Ancelotti has confirmed he would consider taking over at Old Trafford, stating that ‘any manager would be interested’.
“Of course, for every manager, they would all think of managing Manchester United," he said, as per The Independent.
He also said he’s willing to wait for the right project to come along.
“I will continue to wait,” Ancelotti said.
“If I don’t find a club with a good project, I can wait. What will I do? Watching games, fishing, all these things. But let us see next summer. I will not take a job in mid-season, but I would like to work again next summer.”
Ferguson praises Vardy
Now, his rise to fame has become the stuff of legend, and even Sir Alex Ferguson has had his say on Jamie Vardy.
The ex-United boss hailed the Leicester star as having all the assets needed for modern day football. No, that’s not proof that the Red Devils are going to try and sign him.
Keane planning on United future
Last, but not least, youngster Will Keane has admitted that he’s still aiming to play for Manchester United in the future, despite the fact he’s been on a series of loan spells away from the club.
Keane, currently with Preston, insisted that his long-term aim is to break into the Old Trafford setup. He’s impressing at the moment, having notched his first Championship goal this weekend just gone, but he’ll have to do more if he’s to convince Van Gaal.