Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers would be a great candidate to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United boss.
That’s according to former Chelsea defender Jason Cundy, who says the Foxes boss would be doing a better job than Solskjaer is doing currently at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils have started poorly this season and are down in tenth in the table with just nine points from seven games played.
Leicester on the other hand have collected 14 points from their opening seven matches and are third in the Premier League.
Last time out the Foxes thumped Newcastle 5-0 and there is genuine hope inside the Leicester camp that the club will achieve a top six finish this season.
Hailing Rodgers, Cundy told talkSPORT: “You’ve seen Brendan go in there and change Leicester. Is Brendan the worst shout in the world for Manchester United?
“Look at the job he is doing right now; look how he has got them playing. Every single player in that Leicester team is doing exactly what he wants – they have bought into him.
“And Brendan has managed Celtic and Liverpool.
“If you can manage those two football clubs and do a decent job – obviously he was brilliant at Celtic – are you telling me he couldn’t do a better job than Ole right now? Because I am telling you: he could.”