GOOD MORNING RED DEVILS FANS
Steve Bruce has reportedly been offered to his former club Manchester United by his agent.
The Mail claims United’s ex-captain has been put forward for the interim role following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s exit.
But Roberto Mancini has supposedly SNUBBED an approach from United.
The 56-year-old former Manchester City boss plans to focus on World Cup qualification with Italy.
German newspaper BILD report that Mancini turned down contact with the Red Devils as he is to fulfil his ‘duty’ to help Italy qualify for the World Cup.
Meanwhile, Lucien Favre’s name has also been thrown into the hat to potentially become interim manager.
The United hierarchy have allegedly reached out to the 64-year-old to discuss his interest in the post, according to The Telegraph.
And Brendan Rodgers has again stressed his commitment to Leicester City.
He said: “I don’t take it as anything. For me it’s not real.
“There’s always gossip and speculation and I suppose that will always be there until United appoint a full-time manager.
“I’ve always said my commitment is here. My commitment is to this group of players, this team.”
Finally, Jesse Lingard remains determined to leave United despite Solskjaer’s departure.
The Mail claims the England star is ‘unmoved’ by the managerial change and still has no plans to open up negotiations over a new contract.