With the cloud of uncertainty surrounding the future of Ole Gunnar Solkjaer at the helm of Manchester United amid a string of poor results, the Premier League side could be out to look for the man to take over from the Norwegian.
Though there are reports that Ole Gunnar still retains the support of the club management, there is no doubt that if results fail to improve, the former striker will be sent packing after two years in-charge.
Should Manchester United lose his Old Trafford job, who will replace him?
Former Tottenham Hotspurs Manager Mauricio Pochetino is seen as the right man to take over from the Norwegian.
The Argentine has been without a job since his unceremonious Spurs exit just six months after guiding the London side to their first ever Champions League final.
But besides Pochetino, who else can succeed Ole Gunnar at Manchester United?
According to the ESPN, the 20-times Premier League champions are also keeping tabs on RB Leipzig Manager Julian Nagelsmann.
The 33-year old has impressed at Leipzig, leading the side to their first ever Champions League semi-final in 2020.
Before that, he had led Hoffenheim to the Champions League before moving to RB Leipzig.
Hailed for his attacking football and the ability to nurture young talents, the German is seen as the answer to Manchester United problems with the club keen to return to their glory days.
But questions will always arise on how the young German manager will handle big-name players at Manchester United, some who are almost the same age as him.
To many, Nagelsmann is just an overrated coach who may not even handle a club as big as Manchester United.
His modest playing career may further undermine his ability to win the respect of the players should he take over the Old Trafford hot seat.
But nonetheless, Nagelsmann is a promising young coach whose good work so far for the Bundesliga side speaks for itself. If given a chance and resources at Manchester United, he can turnaround the club’s fortunes and make them “great again